Nigerian govt reduces information price by 50 percentage

Nigerian govt reduces information price by 50 percentage
Nigerian govt reduces information price by 50 percentage


The Nigerian Government has said that the worth of knowledge within the country has been reduced by quite 50 percent following an order that the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) should put in situ measures thereto effect.

Dr. Isa Ibrahim Pantami, the Minister of Communications and digital economy made this known during a statement by Femi Adeluyi, his Assistant of data Technology, on Wednesday.

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According to him, it had been in line with the directive he gave to NCC to place measures in situ to scale back the typical cost of knowledge in Nigeria.

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The statement read partially, “The Honourable Minister said it had been in line with the directive he gave to NCC to place measures in situ to scale back the typical cost of knowledge in Nigeria.

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“The Plan was unveiled and launched by His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari on the 19th of March, 2020.

“One of the goals of the Plan is to scale back the typical cost of 1GB of knowledge to a maximum of N390 by 2025.”

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