Infrastructure development — is Africa ready for change?

Private sector efforts are outnumbering government led activities towards infrastructure development amidst tough economic headwinds in target areas across the continent.

The infrastructure gap in Africa is largely reflective of the state of the various industry segments across the continent. From basic internet access and affordability, to financial inclusion for millions of unbanked across the continent, to providing sustainable power generation and distribution models for the urban and rural regions, to upgrading obsolete and inadequate physical infrastructure; the infrastructure challenge is a consistent index of much-needed development across the continent.

In this article, Head, Legal & Regulatory team, MainOne, Kasope Akindele discusses the issues in West Africa’s communications sector and highlights the private sector, including MainOne’s efforts in bridging the divide.

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“MainOne” also known as “Main One Cable” or “Main One” is a leading provider of innovative telecom services and network solutions for businesses in West Africa. Since its launch in 2010, MainOne has developed a reputation for highly reliable services to become the preferred provider of wholesale Internet services to major telecom operators, ISPs, government agencies, large enterprises, and educational institutions in West Africa...

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