Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has revealed that the country has a 4.5 percent personal computer (PC) penetration.

BusinessDay, a local newspaper, reported that the data was revealed in a survey recently conducted under the “Annual Socio-Economic Report: Access to Information and Communication Technology (ICT)” by the NBS and Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

Despite the significant growth experienced in the country’s telecom market which according to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), currently has over 101 million active phone connections, the survey stated that over 95 percent of Nigerians lack access to a PC or the internet.

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