Tech Now – Internet Affordability in Nigeria

Tech Now - by RadioNow / Mar. 4th, 2021

As the impact of Covid-19 continues to shape the world, a new generation is being forced to adapt, with graduates coming into an economic downturn, as unemployment rates continue to rise across the world. In the midst of this, a new spirit of entrepreneurialism is emerging in Nigeria. As young people harness the tools of the internet, not only as a learning resource, but a means of economic empowerment.

Recent data from Surf Shark, suggests that internet service in Nigeria is the least affordable in the world. On this episode of Tech Now, we analyze internet affordability in Nigeria, and how youths and other Nigerians are managing their data, and using the internet to change their world. We speak with digital entrepreneur, Adeniji Lois and tech journalist Folarin Akindare.

This segment originally aired on Radio Now 95.3 FM Lagos on the 2nd of March, 2021.

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