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Defender-In-Chief: Major General Muhammadu Buhari's Statement in defense of Minister of Communication and Digital Economy

Defender-In-Chief: Major General Muhammadu Buhari's Statement in defense of Minister of Communication and Digital Economy

The Nigerian Presidency has shown support for the embattled Communications Minister, Isa Ali Pantami hours after meeting Northern Nigerian Governors in Abuja.


Buhari led Presidency has been known for defending the corrupt elements of the regime but has always been failing in defending the lives of the citizenry in the hand of the criminal Boko Haram terrorists and Bandits who have been profiting from the ransom paid by the government and individuals.



Read the presidency statement defending Pantami:

STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENCY ON RECENT CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL ECONOMY 


Today, there is an unfortunate fashion in public discourse that makes leaders in politics, religion, and civil society liable in the present for every statement they have ever made in the past – no matter how long ago, and even after they have later rejected them. 

This insidious phenomenon seeks to cancel the careers of others on the  basis of a thing they have said, regardless of when they said it.

 

Pantami

The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami is, currently, subject to a “cancel campaign” instigated by those who seek his removal. They do not really care what he may or may not have said some 20 years ago: that is merely the instrument they are using to attempt to “cancel” him. But they will profit should he be stopped from making decisions that improve the lives of everyday Nigerians.

 

The Minister has, rightly, apologized for what he said in the early 2000s. The views were absolutely unacceptable then, and would be equally unacceptable today, were he to repeat them. But he will not repeat them – for he has publicly and permanently condemned his earlier utterances as wrong.

 

In the 2000s, the Minister was a man in his twenties; next year he will be 50. Time has passed, and people and their opinions – often rightly – change.


But all discerning Nigerians know this manufactured dispute is nothing to do with the Minister’s prior words, but solely concern his actions in the present.

 

This Administration is committed to improving the lives of all Nigerians – and that includes ensuring they are not over-charged or under-protected for those services on which modern life depends.


The Minister has been leading the charge against illegal data deductions and pricing; he has revolutionized the government’s virtual public engagement to respond to COVID-19 and save taxpayers’ money; he has established ICT start-up centres to boost youth entrepreneurship and create jobs; he has changed policy to ensure locally produced ICT content is used by ministries, starting with his own; and he has deregistered some 9.2 million SIMs - ending the ability for criminals and terrorists to flagrantly use mobile networks undetected. In two short years, Minister Pantami has driven the contribution of the ICT sector to the GDP to more than 18 percent, making it one of the top two playing a critical role in the emergence of the economy from the COVID 19-induced recession.


In putting people first, the Minister and this administration have made enemies. There are those in the opposition who see success and want it halted by any means. And there is now well-reported information that alleges newspaper editors rebuffed an attempt to financially induce them to run a smear campaign against the minister by some ICT companies, many of which do indeed stand to lose financially through lower prices and greater consumer protections. The government is now investigating the veracity behind these claims of attempted inducement, and – should they be found to hold credence – police and judicial action must be expected.


The Administration stands behind Minister Pantami and all Nigerian citizens to ensure they receive fair treatment, fair prices, and fair protection in ICT services. 

Garba Shehu

Senior Special Assistant to the President

(Media & Publicity)

April 22, 2021

The Nigerian Presidency has shown support for the embattled Communications Minister, Isa Ali Pantami hours after meeting Northern Nigerian Governors in Abuja.


Buhari led Presidency has been known for defending the corrupt elements of the regime but has always been failing in defending the lives of the citizenry in the hand of the criminal Boko Haram terrorists and Bandits who have been profiting from the ransom paid by the government and individuals.



Read the presidency statement defending Pantami:

STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENCY ON RECENT CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL ECONOMY 


Today, there is an unfortunate fashion in public discourse that makes leaders in politics, religion, and civil society liable in the present for every statement they have ever made in the past – no matter how long ago, and even after they have later rejected them. 

This insidious phenomenon seeks to cancel the careers of others on the  basis of a thing they have said, regardless of when they said it.

 

Pantami

The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami is, currently, subject to a “cancel campaign” instigated by those who seek his removal. They do not really care what he may or may not have said some 20 years ago: that is merely the instrument they are using to attempt to “cancel” him. But they will profit should he be stopped from making decisions that improve the lives of everyday Nigerians.

 

The Minister has, rightly, apologized for what he said in the early 2000s. The views were absolutely unacceptable then, and would be equally unacceptable today, were he to repeat them. But he will not repeat them – for he has publicly and permanently condemned his earlier utterances as wrong.

 

In the 2000s, the Minister was a man in his twenties; next year he will be 50. Time has passed, and people and their opinions – often rightly – change.


But all discerning Nigerians know this manufactured dispute is nothing to do with the Minister’s prior words, but solely concern his actions in the present.

 

This Administration is committed to improving the lives of all Nigerians – and that includes ensuring they are not over-charged or under-protected for those services on which modern life depends.


The Minister has been leading the charge against illegal data deductions and pricing; he has revolutionized the government’s virtual public engagement to respond to COVID-19 and save taxpayers’ money; he has established ICT start-up centres to boost youth entrepreneurship and create jobs; he has changed policy to ensure locally produced ICT content is used by ministries, starting with his own; and he has deregistered some 9.2 million SIMs - ending the ability for criminals and terrorists to flagrantly use mobile networks undetected. In two short years, Minister Pantami has driven the contribution of the ICT sector to the GDP to more than 18 percent, making it one of the top two playing a critical role in the emergence of the economy from the COVID 19-induced recession.


In putting people first, the Minister and this administration have made enemies. There are those in the opposition who see success and want it halted by any means. And there is now well-reported information that alleges newspaper editors rebuffed an attempt to financially induce them to run a smear campaign against the minister by some ICT companies, many of which do indeed stand to lose financially through lower prices and greater consumer protections. The government is now investigating the veracity behind these claims of attempted inducement, and – should they be found to hold credence – police and judicial action must be expected.


The Administration stands behind Minister Pantami and all Nigerian citizens to ensure they receive fair treatment, fair prices, and fair protection in ICT services. 

Garba Shehu

Senior Special Assistant to the President

(Media & Publicity)

April 22, 2021

Cold War Continues as Washington declares China's Huawei threat to national security

Cold War Continues as Washington declares China's Huawei threat to national security


The United States' Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has deemed Chinese telecom giant Huawei a threat to American national security, maintaining pressure on Beijing that some believed could ease under the new Biden administration.

According to the announcement made Friday by the FCC, the Huawei as well as four other Chinese companies, pose “an unacceptable risk to US national security or the security and safety of US persons.”

Jessica Rosenworcel who is the incumbent FCC’s acting chief said that the move would help “restore trust” in US communications networks. 

Rosenworcel did not explain what specific actions would be taken against the Chinese companies while Huawei has not yet responded to the designation.

The decision comes just a day after Bloomberg reported that the Biden administration issued new restrictions on Huawei, preventing US firms from supplying the Chinese telecom with products that can be used in 5G devices. 

American businesses had previously been allowed to supply Huawei with components, provided that they sought permission from the US government. 

Beijing slammed the new rule as “unreasonable suppression” aimed at Chinese companies, and accused Washington of “violating the principles of market economy and fair competition.”

Huawei’s designation as a national security threat matches the hardline policy implemented by the preceding administration under Donald Trump. 

In June, the FCC blacklisted the firm as a danger to US interests, blocking American firms from using an $8.3 billion government fund to purchase equipment from companies. Huawei filed a legal challenge against the designation last month.

The Chinese tech giant had expressed hope that the new administration would take a different approach to trade issues. 

Victor Zhang, the company’s vice president, said in an interview in November that the attacks on Huawei were politically motivated and part of a “trade war” between the US and China, adding that Washington’s tune might change once Biden takes office.

As it launched a tariff war against Beijing, the Trump administration pressured Washington’s allies to reject business with Huawei and avoid using Chinese technology as they develop their 5G networks.

 Both the Chinese government and Huawei have repeatedly denied that the firm poses a threat to the US or any other nation. 

The economic war and confrontations between the two most developed economies has been the major  indices before the emergency of COVID-19 Pandemic in 2019.



The United States' Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has deemed Chinese telecom giant Huawei a threat to American national security, maintaining pressure on Beijing that some believed could ease under the new Biden administration.

According to the announcement made Friday by the FCC, the Huawei as well as four other Chinese companies, pose “an unacceptable risk to US national security or the security and safety of US persons.”

Jessica Rosenworcel who is the incumbent FCC’s acting chief said that the move would help “restore trust” in US communications networks. 

Rosenworcel did not explain what specific actions would be taken against the Chinese companies while Huawei has not yet responded to the designation.

The decision comes just a day after Bloomberg reported that the Biden administration issued new restrictions on Huawei, preventing US firms from supplying the Chinese telecom with products that can be used in 5G devices. 

American businesses had previously been allowed to supply Huawei with components, provided that they sought permission from the US government. 

Beijing slammed the new rule as “unreasonable suppression” aimed at Chinese companies, and accused Washington of “violating the principles of market economy and fair competition.”

Huawei’s designation as a national security threat matches the hardline policy implemented by the preceding administration under Donald Trump. 

In June, the FCC blacklisted the firm as a danger to US interests, blocking American firms from using an $8.3 billion government fund to purchase equipment from companies. Huawei filed a legal challenge against the designation last month.

The Chinese tech giant had expressed hope that the new administration would take a different approach to trade issues. 

Victor Zhang, the company’s vice president, said in an interview in November that the attacks on Huawei were politically motivated and part of a “trade war” between the US and China, adding that Washington’s tune might change once Biden takes office.

As it launched a tariff war against Beijing, the Trump administration pressured Washington’s allies to reject business with Huawei and avoid using Chinese technology as they develop their 5G networks.

 Both the Chinese government and Huawei have repeatedly denied that the firm poses a threat to the US or any other nation. 

The economic war and confrontations between the two most developed economies has been the major  indices before the emergency of COVID-19 Pandemic in 2019.


Nigeria Attains 82.7m Broadband Subscriptions – Danbatta

Nigeria Attains 82.7m Broadband Subscriptions – Danbatta




Subscriptions to broadband or high-speed Internet services in Nigeria have increased significantly to a peak of 82.7 million as at the end of August, 2020, according to the Nigerian Communications Commission.


The Executive Vice Chairman of the Commission, Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, disclosed this while speaking at a two-day first virtual Nigeria Innovation Summit (NIS) 2020 organised by InnovationHub Africa, which started on Tuesday, September 5, 2020.

The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, who presented the keynote speech at the Summit, noted that Nigeria’s quest to become a truly digital economy is on course with the launch of the National Digital Economy Policy and Strategy (NDEPS) in November 2019.

At the summit, with the theme: ‘Innovating in Critical Times’, Danbatta said the Commission has increased broadband penetration from less than 6 percent in 2015 to 43.30 percent by August 2020.

This, according to him, translates to 82, 653,247 broadband subscriptions in the country.



Represented by the Director, Public Affairs, NCC, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde at the virtual conference, Danbatta said Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and, more specifically, broadband infrastructure has become the major backbone for government activities and local businesses.

He said that such services require fast broadband and reliable connectivity, noting that NCC will continue to work assiduously with its stakeholders in ensuring that the nation’s ICT infrastructure is able to meet the increased demand for connectivity occasioned by the pandemic.

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“The NCC has been the major linkage in the drive for optimum economic development, as it remains the pioneer for all the major disruptions that would drive the nation’s economic reboot, especially the financial systems riding on electronic innovations. These innovations are driven by the availability of a robust communications infrastructure made possible by the Commission’s continuous quest for investment in the sector,” he said.

He further stated that for innovation to thrive, as the anchor for accelerating economic growth post COVID-19, a robust broadband infrastructure upon which ICT innovations will ride is a necessity.

“The most important outcome of COVID-19 for us, as a nation striving for digital economy, is the need to continue to invest in infrastructure development in critical sectors of the economy, particularly the ICT sector, which has become the bastion of modern economies,” he said.

He restated the NCC’s commitment to taking proactive steps toward stimulating investment needed to support a more robust and resilient broadband infrastructure that will spur digital innovations in the country.

Source: NCC






Subscriptions to broadband or high-speed Internet services in Nigeria have increased significantly to a peak of 82.7 million as at the end of August, 2020, according to the Nigerian Communications Commission.


The Executive Vice Chairman of the Commission, Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, disclosed this while speaking at a two-day first virtual Nigeria Innovation Summit (NIS) 2020 organised by InnovationHub Africa, which started on Tuesday, September 5, 2020.

The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, who presented the keynote speech at the Summit, noted that Nigeria’s quest to become a truly digital economy is on course with the launch of the National Digital Economy Policy and Strategy (NDEPS) in November 2019.

At the summit, with the theme: ‘Innovating in Critical Times’, Danbatta said the Commission has increased broadband penetration from less than 6 percent in 2015 to 43.30 percent by August 2020.

This, according to him, translates to 82, 653,247 broadband subscriptions in the country.



Represented by the Director, Public Affairs, NCC, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde at the virtual conference, Danbatta said Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and, more specifically, broadband infrastructure has become the major backbone for government activities and local businesses.

He said that such services require fast broadband and reliable connectivity, noting that NCC will continue to work assiduously with its stakeholders in ensuring that the nation’s ICT infrastructure is able to meet the increased demand for connectivity occasioned by the pandemic.

NIGERIA: Become A VTU Owner, Make Money Per Seconds

“The NCC has been the major linkage in the drive for optimum economic development, as it remains the pioneer for all the major disruptions that would drive the nation’s economic reboot, especially the financial systems riding on electronic innovations. These innovations are driven by the availability of a robust communications infrastructure made possible by the Commission’s continuous quest for investment in the sector,” he said.

He further stated that for innovation to thrive, as the anchor for accelerating economic growth post COVID-19, a robust broadband infrastructure upon which ICT innovations will ride is a necessity.

“The most important outcome of COVID-19 for us, as a nation striving for digital economy, is the need to continue to invest in infrastructure development in critical sectors of the economy, particularly the ICT sector, which has become the bastion of modern economies,” he said.

He restated the NCC’s commitment to taking proactive steps toward stimulating investment needed to support a more robust and resilient broadband infrastructure that will spur digital innovations in the country.

Source: NCC



Vitual Top Up: 20 BENEFITS OF OWNING YOUR VTU PARTNERSHIP WITH TGR

Vitual Top Up: 20 BENEFITS OF OWNING YOUR VTU PARTNERSHIP WITH TGR




Owning a VTU guarantee you the opportunity to join banks and thousands of Nigerians who are already making money per seconds from the telecommunication industry that has proved itself to be more that crude oil recently.

    However, owning your VTU franchise with "Top up and Get Reward" (TGR) gives you the following BENEFITS:

1. You have the same License as Banks, Jumia, Zoto, Quickteller, etc to sell airtime, data and pay cable subs.

2. You get 22% of your Registration fee back instantly to sell or use.

3. You get paid on any Airtime u buy

4. You earn 2% of any Data Bundle u sell.

5. You get paid when u recharge Cable TV and PHCN.

7. You earn 22% referral bonus from anyone u directly introduce to the business.

8. You earn 5% to 1.5% indirect referral bonus from any downline within 10 levels or generations from u.

9. You get paid when any downline within 10 levels from u sell Airtime.

10. You get paid when any downline within 10 levels from u sell Data.

11. You get immediate alert with 2 minute you click withdraw from your dashboard

12. You qualify for a MONTHLY BONUS of ₦120K when u complete 10k Monthly PV.

13. You qualify for an INTL TRIP FUND of ₦600K when u complete 25k Cumulative PV.

14. You qualify for a CAR FUND of ₦2.5 MILLION when u complete 60k Cumulative PV.

15. You qualify for a HOUSE FUND of ₦3.5 MILLION when u complete 100k Cumulative PV.

16. You qualify for a 2ND HOUSE FUND of ₦4.5 MILLION when u complete 250k Cumulative PV.

17. You qualify for a 3RD HOUSE FUND of ₦6.5MILLION when u complete 500k Cumulative PV.

18. You own your personal online shop from which you distribute telecom products.


19. You get to have your own shares from the Telecoms, Cable TV and Electricity Industries.

20. You have the opportunity to empower people, build a team of distributors and *earn per seconds per seconds* from the vtu transactions of hundreds of thousands of people.

*Become a partner today because TGR is the best and simplest BUSINESS opportunity to become financially independent.*

Register now with TGR : https://www.topupandgetreward.com/register…

*The sign up fee is the money you pay to own a VTU franchise with TGR as you choose any package the company gives you back 22% Commission as start up Capital and PV which accumulates to give massive cash rewards as you progress*

*Choose any of the packages to start up:*

*👉Pearl - 5k* - 20pv


*👉 Coral - 10k* - 40pv

*👉emerald- 20k* - 80pv

*👉Sapphire - 30k*- 120pv

*👉Ruby 40k*- 40k - 160pv

*👉Diamond 50k*- 200pv

Note: you can upgrade as you grow in the business.

*Below are the available products on TGR platform*

▶AIRTIME:👇🏼

*➡MTN*
*➡AIRTEL*
*➡GLO*
*➡9MOBILE*

▶DATA:👇🏼

*➡MTN*
*➡AIRTEL*
*➡GLO*
*➡9MOBILE*

▶CABLE TV👇🏼:

*➡DSTV*
*➡GOTV*
*➡STARTIMES*

▶ELECTRICITY BILLS👇🏼:

*➡ABUJA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡IKEJA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡PORT HARCOURT ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡ KANO ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡KADUNA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡JOS ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡EKO ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡IBADAN ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡BENIN ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*🏵MORE PRODUCTS WILL BE ADDED AS THE COMPANY GROWS.*

*Registration Packages & Benefits*
You start earning immediately in cash and point value, PV.

*📙Pearl= ₦5,000* - You get ₦1,100 bonus + 20PV. You earn up to 5th level deep.

* Coral = ₦10,000* - You get ₦2,200 bonus + 40PV. You earn up to 6th level deep.

*📗Emerald= ₦20,000* - You get ₦4,400 bonus + 80PV. You earn up to 7th level deep.

*📕Sapphire= ₦30,000* - You get ₦6,600 bonus + 120PV. You earn up to 8th level deep.

*📔Ruby = ₦40,000* - You get ₦8,800 bonus + 160PV. You earn up to 9th level deep.

*📓Diamond= ₦50,000* - You get ₦11,000 bonus + 200PV. You earn up to 10th level deep.

*EARN 2% PROFIT ON AIRTIME, 2% ON DATA SUBSCRIPTION, ₦40 ON CABLE SUBS AND ELECTRICITY PAYMENT.*

Earn 22% referral bonus and 5 -1% indirect referral




*About Us*

We are into virtual topup (VTU) of airtime, data, cable network subscription (GoTv, DSTv, Startimes) and bills payment like PHCN Bills payment) just with the use of your smartphone. We provide you platform to do the transactions just like banks are doing

*Business Company's registration with CAC* (RC No: 1505794). You can login to CAC's website and verify that.




Owning a VTU guarantee you the opportunity to join banks and thousands of Nigerians who are already making money per seconds from the telecommunication industry that has proved itself to be more that crude oil recently.

    However, owning your VTU franchise with "Top up and Get Reward" (TGR) gives you the following BENEFITS:

1. You have the same License as Banks, Jumia, Zoto, Quickteller, etc to sell airtime, data and pay cable subs.

2. You get 22% of your Registration fee back instantly to sell or use.

3. You get paid on any Airtime u buy

4. You earn 2% of any Data Bundle u sell.

5. You get paid when u recharge Cable TV and PHCN.

7. You earn 22% referral bonus from anyone u directly introduce to the business.

8. You earn 5% to 1.5% indirect referral bonus from any downline within 10 levels or generations from u.

9. You get paid when any downline within 10 levels from u sell Airtime.

10. You get paid when any downline within 10 levels from u sell Data.

11. You get immediate alert with 2 minute you click withdraw from your dashboard

12. You qualify for a MONTHLY BONUS of ₦120K when u complete 10k Monthly PV.

13. You qualify for an INTL TRIP FUND of ₦600K when u complete 25k Cumulative PV.

14. You qualify for a CAR FUND of ₦2.5 MILLION when u complete 60k Cumulative PV.

15. You qualify for a HOUSE FUND of ₦3.5 MILLION when u complete 100k Cumulative PV.

16. You qualify for a 2ND HOUSE FUND of ₦4.5 MILLION when u complete 250k Cumulative PV.

17. You qualify for a 3RD HOUSE FUND of ₦6.5MILLION when u complete 500k Cumulative PV.

18. You own your personal online shop from which you distribute telecom products.


19. You get to have your own shares from the Telecoms, Cable TV and Electricity Industries.

20. You have the opportunity to empower people, build a team of distributors and *earn per seconds per seconds* from the vtu transactions of hundreds of thousands of people.

*Become a partner today because TGR is the best and simplest BUSINESS opportunity to become financially independent.*

Register now with TGR : https://www.topupandgetreward.com/register…

*The sign up fee is the money you pay to own a VTU franchise with TGR as you choose any package the company gives you back 22% Commission as start up Capital and PV which accumulates to give massive cash rewards as you progress*

*Choose any of the packages to start up:*

*👉Pearl - 5k* - 20pv


*👉 Coral - 10k* - 40pv

*👉emerald- 20k* - 80pv

*👉Sapphire - 30k*- 120pv

*👉Ruby 40k*- 40k - 160pv

*👉Diamond 50k*- 200pv

Note: you can upgrade as you grow in the business.

*Below are the available products on TGR platform*

▶AIRTIME:👇🏼

*➡MTN*
*➡AIRTEL*
*➡GLO*
*➡9MOBILE*

▶DATA:👇🏼

*➡MTN*
*➡AIRTEL*
*➡GLO*
*➡9MOBILE*

▶CABLE TV👇🏼:

*➡DSTV*
*➡GOTV*
*➡STARTIMES*

▶ELECTRICITY BILLS👇🏼:

*➡ABUJA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡IKEJA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡PORT HARCOURT ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡ KANO ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡KADUNA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡JOS ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡EKO ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡IBADAN ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*➡BENIN ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY*

*🏵MORE PRODUCTS WILL BE ADDED AS THE COMPANY GROWS.*

*Registration Packages & Benefits*
You start earning immediately in cash and point value, PV.

*📙Pearl= ₦5,000* - You get ₦1,100 bonus + 20PV. You earn up to 5th level deep.

* Coral = ₦10,000* - You get ₦2,200 bonus + 40PV. You earn up to 6th level deep.

*📗Emerald= ₦20,000* - You get ₦4,400 bonus + 80PV. You earn up to 7th level deep.

*📕Sapphire= ₦30,000* - You get ₦6,600 bonus + 120PV. You earn up to 8th level deep.

*📔Ruby = ₦40,000* - You get ₦8,800 bonus + 160PV. You earn up to 9th level deep.

*📓Diamond= ₦50,000* - You get ₦11,000 bonus + 200PV. You earn up to 10th level deep.

*EARN 2% PROFIT ON AIRTIME, 2% ON DATA SUBSCRIPTION, ₦40 ON CABLE SUBS AND ELECTRICITY PAYMENT.*

Earn 22% referral bonus and 5 -1% indirect referral




*About Us*

We are into virtual topup (VTU) of airtime, data, cable network subscription (GoTv, DSTv, Startimes) and bills payment like PHCN Bills payment) just with the use of your smartphone. We provide you platform to do the transactions just like banks are doing

*Business Company's registration with CAC* (RC No: 1505794). You can login to CAC's website and verify that.

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