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July 07, 2006


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Oluniyi David Ajao

Nigeria is one of the countries at the forefront of the blogging revolution in Africa. This might not be un-connected to the fact that Nigeria's population of over 130 million is Africa's largest. The west African nation also has a sizeable Internet population though a meagre 2% of the total population.

There are several efforts to amplify the voices of African bloggers:

and so on and so forth.

The high cost of computers and Internet access is one limiting factor as to "Why are most African countries still on the fringes of the blogging movement..."

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