Information technology, Africa, Economy, Capital creation, Computers, Data, Sabotage, Culture, Lands commission


This article looks into the advancement of information technology in Africa. The objective is to determine the awareness, use and impact of information technology in Africa. Lands commission of Ghana was isolated in this case to evaluate its adaptability of information technology in its departments and offices. The article also examines the pace of Africa adaptability to IT and the impact on the economy. It also justifies the need to switch from manual handling and storage of information to current and modern technology. It identifies impedance factors to the growth of IT and gives relevant recommendation on how this can be tackled

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