The Federal Republic of Nigeria

Technological penetration is the rate at which a specific technical innovation becomes adopted into the everyday life of individuals within a social group. One of the indices by which a nation’s growth and advancement can be measured is by technological endowment and penetration, not by the level of her endowment in natural and human resources.

This Research specifically examines the various challenges of technology penetration in Nigeria due to requisite infrastructure deficit and the role Public Private Partnerships and Government can play in closing the gap if a conducive environment is created. It also identifies factors that may threaten its success, as well as, policy frameworks that will enhance its success and suitability in Nigeria.

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