Our company, Internet Technologies Ltd (nettechTM) has been confirmed
as the eleventh (11th) Oracle Partner in Nigeria. Management wishes to thank all staff
who have played a part in making this application successful.
A new office is to be opened in Lagos shortly. An offer for office accommodation
has been given for an address in the Government Reservation Area (GRA) of Ikeja, in Lagos,
the capital city of Lagos State, and the business capital of Nigeria. The full address
is available on our Contact page.
We are pleased to anounce that our online service for Estates Agency, EstatesGeneral.com
has now been launched. Henceforth, private landlords, tenants, students, businesses,
and established Estate Agents have a dedicated marketplace for selling and buying property.
Facilities are provided for letting, leasing, and selling of property. In addition,
registered user (registration is Free!) can search for property, or request daily updates
by email, in addition to many other services available to site users. Why not take
a look now! http://www.estatesgeneral.com/index.html
Oracle Corporation has validated its latest database
engine Oracle 9i for the Linux (Suse)
platform, Microsoft's Windows
XP Operating system is
receiving mixed reviews from industry and
critics. XML continues to gain strength as a reliable and efficient specification
for describing interfaces between enterprises, and also for marrying HTML with data,
Nigeria's greying, Green Eagles, managed a third position in the recently concluded
African Nations cup in Bamako, Mali. This despite a lackadaisical, and dispirited
performance, in which the likes of Kanu and Okocha spent much of their time loitering
without intent. It is clear that either the manager Amodu and/or the players will
need to be changed, in addition to the tactics, for Nigeria to avoid disgrace in the
upcoming World Cup in Japan/Korea this May/June. GOD help us!
Nigerians continue in mourning the untimely death of the Attorney General of the
country, Chief Bola Ige, who was assassinated
in Ibadan on the 23rd of December 2001. May the Lord rest
his soul in perfect peace. Amen.
In the meantime, it is high time the Obasanjo government got serious about finding
the perpetrators of this heinous crime, for surely, if these criminals are left
unapprehended, all others ministers and even the president may not be truly safe.