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Firm releases digital fact book for west, central Africa


The second edition of the Digital Facts Book 2015, an industry accepted journal with credible information on digital activities for West and Central Africa has been released.

Digital Facts Book, published yearly by digitXplus, is a reference point on latest statistics and vital information about the digital space in the regions, with an in-depth understanding of key platforms.

“We endeavour to bring information about the region to fore: we now present the second edition of Digital Facts Book with an objective to organise information on Digital medium in West and Central Africa, thus making it easily accessible and useful to all,” says Patrick Gomes, CEO digitXplus.

Besides Nigeria and Ghana, the 2nd edition covers Cameroon, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote D’Ivoire, Senegal, Togo, The Gambia, Democratic Republic of Ghana, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, etc. amongst others.

Nigeria leads in West and Central Africa with 63m internet users ranking No. 9 in the world, commanding a reach of 40% in Nigeria. Most of the access to Internet in the region is through mobile devices.

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