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Saturday, 28 October 2017

Lai Mohammed Says Digital Map Saves Nigeria N200bn Annually

Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, says that reduced travel time through the use of digital map saves Nigerians nearly N200 billion a year.





Mohammed said this at the inauguration of the Economic Value of Geospatial Services by Google on Friday in Abuja.


The minister said that digital maps, popularly called Google map for location of street addresses, had also reduced travel time in the country by average of eight per cent. The ability to simply search for a location and get real time directions, using geospatial technology, had made lives much more convenient for people to move around.


This reduced travel time alone saves our people nearly N200 billion a year.


From the Guardian

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

How does Lie Mohammed sleep at night? The man is just despicable.

SheriKoko said...

200billionšŸ˜­... I gv up on ds administration. Like we used to pay before to get direction abi

St.FranKooL.... said...

#Problem is... We don't take time to try and understand one another. Just a bunch of assumptions and atittudes. No results. Just anger*

sholetoga said...

Mr liar yaf come again ohhhhhh.....

Safe Haven said...

How did he come to that conclusion, our people also talking with exaggerated estimates. What data was assessed? Who conducted the evaluation? I beg Uncle Liar go & take something light.

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