Dr. Mike Adenuga Jr.
With the latest Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC statistics, crediting it with over 46.5million subscribers out of 174 million telecommunications consumers in the country and more than 3,500 employees, many will surely marvel at the phenomenal growth of Globacom Limited since its formal launch on August 29, 2003.
This week’s edition of CNN African Voices Changemakers sponsored by Globacom will feature two stars deploying arts for development by using their passions in choreography, dance and story to rehabilitate street kids.
Dr. Mike Adenuga Jr.
UGO AMADI,BUSINESS EDITOR
Despite the challenges and unpredictable operational environment witnessed by many sectors of the Nigeria economy , telecoms giant Globacom has continued to drive transformational innovation and digitalization in the telecommunications space.
For the second year running, Nigeria’s data grandmasters, Globacom, has been adjudged as the Independent Newspaper Telecommunications Company of the Year.
Statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) shows number of active subscriptions for mobile telephony services in Nigeria dropped by 881,586 in the month of July.By this decline, the subscription figures moved from 162.3 million the previous month to 161.4 million.
For their often unsung robust contributions to the development of the family unit and the society at large, Nigeria’s grandmasters of data, Globacom, has felicitated with Nigerian men on the occasion of this year’s edition of Father’s Day.
The issue of matchmaking and its attendant hassles is the thrust of this week’s episode on Professor Johnbull, the didactic TV drama series sponsored by the fully integrated telecommunications solutions provider, Globacom.
The need for honesty and transparency in thrift collection, popularly called osusu, is the focus of the current edition of TV drama series, Professor Johnbull, sponsored by national telecommunications company, Globacom.
Mr. Mike Ehumadu, Globacom's National Sale Coordinator, South-East(2nd left), presenting a cop of the Memorandum of Understanding, MOU, on the sponsorship of Ofala Festival by Globacom to Chief (Prof) E. Ngozi Okafor, Ogene Onira of Onitsha while Chief Ikechukwu Areh, Gbosa-Obi of Onitsha (1st left) watches with admiration at the MOU signing ceremony held at the Onitsha Ime Obi on Wednesday
Foremost corporate supporter of arts and culture in Nigeria, Globacom, has signed a fresh Memorandum of Understanding, MOU, with the palace of the Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Alfred Nnaemeka Achebe to bankroll the Ofala Festival for three more years.At the MOU signing ceremony on Wednesday at the Ime Obi Onitsha, the company said it had derived benefits from the partnership with the Palace and the people of Anambra State in general through its sponsorship of the festival since 2011.
National telecom operator, Globacom, on Friday night deepened its pedigree as most student-friendly network at its Glo #Stay Buzzin party held in Lagos and four other locations across the country, namely, Benin, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Ibadan.