In continuation of its 20 years of support for Nigeria’s telecommunications sector, the United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), will fund two projects that will help deliver fast and reliable Internet to thousands of Nigerian households using U.S. technological solutions.
USTDA’s Chief Operating Officer and Head of Agency, Todd Abrajano, said the agency is committed to establishing a new era of inclusive, secure and sustainable connectivity in Nigeria through its focus on resilient digital infrastructure that will support its efforts to sustain its economy and provide critical public services during the COVID-19 prevalence and other external challenges.
“It is especially notable that our Nigerian partners selected two U.S. small businesses to execute our assistance and design solutions for a world-class ICT infrastructure that is built to last,” Abrajano added…
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