Technology Booms in Nigeria But E-health Lags
November 8, 2013 Editor 0
Technology is booming in Nigeria. This was evident as I headed off to Nigeria’s first e-health summit held in Lagos, a city full of contrasts.
It seems every Nigerian, from the young woman in the corner shop to the bus conductor hustling for passengers, is chatting on a mobile phone. Smart phones make occasional appearances and all the banks display online banking and “quickteller” signs thanks to the government push for a cashless economy.
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