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Nigeira: Telecoms

Chippla's Weblog takes a critical look at Nigeria's telecoms industry……………The Nigerian Telecommunications Limited, or NITEL as it is widely known, had been doing this ever since it was established. And while much of the world, yes even countries of Sub-Saharan Africa, happened to be enjoying the use of mobile telephones by 2000, Nigeria remained stuck in a telecommunications time freeze, thanks in no small part to the twin evils of strong government control and state monopoly.”

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