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The facility to be launched is also strategically named the “RLG & ADULAWO TECH CITY”. The factory is a fruition of government private partnership. The plant is designed to assemble a minimum of 5,000 mobile phones and 2,500 laptops per day. The facility also has a training center, research & development (R & D) lab,

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L-R: Enterprise Technical Specialist, Intel, Oluwatosin Shada; Director General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Mr. Peter Jack and Regional Director, West, Central Africa, RLG Communications Mr Tosin Ilesanmi, during presentation of license to RLG Communications Ltd in Lagos The Director-General/Chief Executive Officer of National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, Peter Jack, has expressed confidence

Nigeria Federal Govt awards TV set top boxes contract to RLG

The Nigerian government has taken key steps to consolidate gains in the country’s ongoing efforts to complete migration from the analogue television system to a digital terrestrial one. The Federal Government has consequently awarded a major contract for the manufacturing and supply of two million Digital Set Top Boxes at a substantial cost. The contract

Rlg Nigeria inducted into Nigeria Computer Society

Rlg Communications Nigeria, a subsidiary of Rlg Communications Group has been inducted into the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) as a Corporate Member. The Pan African mobile phone manufacturing giant received its certificate last Friday with Membership Number 09420, valid until July 2017. The Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) is the umbrella organization of all Information Technology

Airtel backs RLG/Osun ICT Youth Empowerment Initiative

Airtel Nigeria has commended the Osun State Government for its ICT-driven initiative which has not only enhanced skill acquisition amongst youths but also led to job creation. Speaking at the launch of new product brands by RLG, one of Africa’s Technology powerhouses, Airtel Nigeria’s MD/CEO, Segun Ogunsanya noted that the public-private initiative between RLG and

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Rlg: Boosting Local Content Manufacture in IT Devices

When the management of Rlg Communications, a Ghanaian based OEM, with operations in Gambia, first announced its intention to build and operate mobile phone and computer assembling plants in Nigeria, technology reporters were not convinced, thinking it was just promise as usual. Indeed, several other foreign OEMs have promised Nigerians of setting up assembling plants