The Federal Republic of Nigeria has reached advanced talks with Chinese investors to invest about $15 Billion into Nigeria’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector.
This would create opportunities not only for generating 40 million new jobs but also for further diversification of the industry.
Adebayo Shittu, Nigeria’s Minister of Communications, said that together with their industry delegation, he went to China to discuss with China’s investment community about the potential in the Nigerian ICT industry.
Shittu added, “The Chinese investors have decided to come to Nigeria to invest about $15 Billion into our ICT sector.”
The minister of communications also attended an international conference on space technology in Belarus.
The visit in Belarus coincided with the award of a Carrier Spectrum Management (CSM) contract by the Republic of Belarus to the Nigeria Communications Satellite Limited (NigComSat), one of the agencies in the ministry.
Nigeria’s federal government sees ICT as a key element for inclusive as well as progressive diversification and development of their economy.
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