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Olusegun Ogundeji

Freetown, Sierra Leone
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About Olusegun
Olusegun is a journalist with over a decade experience. He focuses on issues related to Africa including technology as they impact lives of end-users. He's worked for the world's largest tech media and event company, International Data Group IDG, the European Union Election Observation Mission (Sierra Leone 2012) and Concord Times newspaper in Freetown. His main area of scientific interest is on technology usage and its impacts.
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01 May 2023  |  China Dialogue Ocean

4G Cost Dominates North Africa’s Digital Landscape

18 Mar 2022  |  itweb.africa
The North African digital market is dominated by young males and the upper-middle class, comprising 44% of the user landscape. Orange's Observatory of Digital Uses report highlights similar digital user profiles in North Africa and Europe, with a high level of digital use for remote work at 55%. The report also notes the impact of COVID-19 on business operations and digital maturity. Ismael Belkhayat, of B2B e-commerce platform Chari, discusses the high cost of 4G services and its influence on digital penetration among the upper-middle class, as well as the sustained use of digital services post-pandemic.

Observers identify online tools such as social media and biometric card readers as vital to minimize conflict during Nigeria's elections in 2015.


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