Columns

Mobile Phones, Internet and Jobs In Africa (1), By Rafiq Raji

Access to the internet via mobile phones is having a huge economic impact around the world. Because of the ubiquity of mobile phones and their relative affordability, more and more citizens of poor countries are using the internet to avail themselves of the myriad opportunities on the global communication platform.…
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Opinion

Changing the ICT Narrative In Nigeria, By Soji Ehinlanwo

In all, for Nigeria to achieve its true potential in Information and Communications Technology development and performance, a new and fresh raft of thinking, policy initiatives and investment push needs to be unveiled that consolidate not only on whatever modest achievements have been made but importantly maps out a new…
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Opinion

Nigeria’s Communication Governance of Indifference, By Tunde Akanni

The conspicuous absence of Nigerian scholars from IGF 2016 and even that of 2015, which held in Joao Pessoa, Brazil, brings up the issue of the complete indifference or mutual exclusivity that had characterised the relationship between the Ministry of Communication (NCC) and the nation’s universities and polytechnics over the…
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