Telecoms Operators Warn of Poor Services After Data Tariff Raise Plan Flopped

[Premium Times] The Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) on Thursday told consumers to expect poor data services, a day after the Nigerian Communications Commission was compelled by public backlash to suspend a planne…

[Premium Times] The Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) on Thursday told consumers to expect poor data services, a day after the Nigerian Communications Commission was compelled by public backlash to suspend a planned tariff raise.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Bank of Uganda to Bankers – Educate Us On Islamic Banking

[Monitor] Kampala -Bank of Uganda (BoU) Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile has urged the banking sector to create awareness on Islamic banking to ease the rollout of the emerging model.

[Monitor] Kampala -Bank of Uganda (BoU) Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile has urged the banking sector to create awareness on Islamic banking to ease the rollout of the emerging model.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Our Ailing Healthcare System Failed Akena At His Most Critical Time

[Monitor] A fatal shooting currently under police investigation occured on November 12, in which Kenneth Akena Watmon, 33, a community development worker was shot and died of his wounds almost 12 hours later at Norvik Hospital. It is sad to imagine the…

[Monitor] A fatal shooting currently under police investigation occured on November 12, in which Kenneth Akena Watmon, 33, a community development worker was shot and died of his wounds almost 12 hours later at Norvik Hospital. It is sad to imagine the ailing innocent young man (may his soul rest in peace) being driven around the city in agony shooting in search of a facility that could handle his severe case. Akena was reportedly rushed to some of the best private facilities in the city; both Victoria Medical Centr

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Act Indiscriminately On City Buildings

[Monitor] The announcement of plans to demolish all buildings constructed within the city without approved plans has become a norm for Kampala Capital City Authority. That notwithstanding, what is quite perturbing is the fact that even as they announce…

[Monitor] The announcement of plans to demolish all buildings constructed within the city without approved plans has become a norm for Kampala Capital City Authority. That notwithstanding, what is quite perturbing is the fact that even as they announce demolition today, the next day they will be issuing permits for construction even in some of the most inconceivable locations, something that has rendered the city a rich-man's version of a slum. A look at downtown Kampala speaks volumes about this.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda