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Nigeria, like many other developing countries of the world had considered education as the panacea to her developmental objectives, believing fully that no country has ever grown above the quality of education available to her citizens. This paper examines the national and state policies on ICT, strategies for utilization of ICT, and challenges of ICT in the teaching-learning process in secondary schools in Cross River State. The research reviewed previous and related studies associated with ICT. The challenges of implementation of ICT are numerous such as lack of infrastructure, policy, legal and regulatory framework, internet and broadband, capacity building, public private partnership etc. the prospects for implementation also formed part of the review. It was concluded that as a means of developing capacity for a self-discovery learning and instruction. It was therefore recommended that education policy planners should include ICT education into Cross River State public secondary schools’ curriculum and provide measures of achieving it.