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NITDA: How RLG closed Nigeria equipment manufacture deal

Mr. Peter Jack, the Managing Director of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), has explained why RLG Communications Limited, was issued operating license by the Nigerian IT agency for the manufacture computers and other ICT devices in the country. “After the site inspection, the company’s products were subjected to rigorous tests. The tests were carried […]

Nigerian telecoms regulator: Why Digital Economy Unit was created

Buy only Made-in-Nigeria computers, FG tells MDAs

By Olubunmi Adeniyi Lagos. November 25, 2012: The Federal Government has mandated all Federal Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in the country to purchase computers by indigenous companies in keeping with its resolve to also promote local content in the ICT industry, Omobola Johnson Minster of Communication Technology has confirmed. The CommTech remains unapologetic about […]

Nigerian telecoms regulator: Why Digital Economy Unit was created

Local, foreign PC makers to compete for public sector contracts, CommTech Minister says amid Buy-Nigeria policy

By Bunmi Adeniyi Lagos. July 2, 2012. The Minister of Communications Technology, Omobola Johnson has said that local and foreign PC makers will be free to compete for public sector computer purchase contracts. The Minister’s clarification gladdens foreign PC brands that have raised concerns following an announcement in May this year by the National Information Technology […]

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CommTech Minister: FG did not import 490,000 PCs

By Bolanle Abbas  The Minster of Communication Technology, Omobola Johnson, has denied a report that the Federal Government has imported 490,000 computers in a drive to boost PC penetration across the country. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) had earlier reported that the Minister informed a reporter with the newswire service that the Federal Government has […]

Nigerian telecoms regulator: Why Digital Economy Unit was created