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Date of this Version

May 2008

Abstract

A study of 128 people in the rural areas of Delta State, Nigeria, showed that only a relatively small number have access to computers, telephones, and radio, while virtually none have Internet access. Since Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are vital for development, the authors recommend aggressive government action to remedy this situation through the creation of infrastructure and educational efforts.

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