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How Nigeria’s slow internet speed undermines push for online learning adoption

In the first week of June 2020, Andrew Oginyi, a 46-year-old hotel manager received a mail from his daughter’s school informing him of plans to commence online classes. Schools were not seen as essential services, hence the Nigerian government during the COVID-19 lockdown ordered them to shut down until further notice. Thus, schools have been…

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