ITU: Nigeria faces $14bn investment gap for universal broadband access

ITU: Nigeria faces $14bn investment gap for universal broadband access

Nigeria among 25 countries in dare need for investment ________________________ To achieve universal broadband access for all Nigerians, the country would require a total of $14 billion investments by the year 2030, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has said. This is part of a global investment requirement to connect the unconnected, which the body put at $428 billion. ITU, in its latest report titled: ‘Connecting Humanity,’ said the amount needed by Nigeria and other countries of the world is to be channeled into investment in infrastructure, work on design and…

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