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SURVEY OF ICT AND EDUCATION IN AFRICA: Nigeria Country Report Nigeria - 2
The Federal Republic of Nigeria has no specific policy for ICT in education. The Ministry of Education created its ICT department in February 2007, notwithstanding several government agencies and other stakeholders in the private sector having initiated ICT-driven projects...