“Strong demand from people for access to broadband Internet”

In Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya and Uganda, over three users in four still have to go to Internet cafés to surf, with services that are slow and expensive. Yet new technologies have brought about pioneering progress in Africa, including for electronic purses, which allow financial transactions to be made on mobile phones. ICTs can also bring the administration closer to users and contribute to the fight against corruption. This is what Cina Lawson, Minister of Post and Digital Economy of Togo, explains.

Interview 4 MIN