Digital Africa 2013 Kicks Off Today In Abuja, Nigeria

 [ Masterweb Reports ] – The inaugural Digital Africa Conference & Exhibition (dubbed Digital Africa 2013)  starts its first day of event today in Abuja, Nigeria and is scheduled to last through April 25. The venue of the event, Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja has been set up in advance for the maiden event. ICT dignitaries from Africa and around the world are in Abuja for the event and are mainly quartered in Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja Sheraton Hotel, Bolingo Hotel, Protea Hotel-Asokoro, Chelsea Hotel, Rockview Hotel, and Hampton Suites - all designated as official accommodation hotels for event participants. Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country and largest telecom market in the continent takes a big stride in digitalizing the emerging continent. The event would be held annually in a designated city as deemed expedient by the organizers; the ultimate goal is Africa’s competitiveness in the 21st century and economic growth through the opening of new markets.  


Digital Africa 2013 is promoted by Compumetrics Solutions Limited, and organized on its behalf by Eli Business Support Services Limited and Red Sapphire Nigeria Limited. Dr. Evans Woherem, CEO of Compumetrics Solutions Limited in a press statement  described Africa as the last frontier for global ICT companies seeking fresh markets. Ralph Szymczak, a telecom analyst in Landesbank, Germany described Africa as second to China in terms of global ICT growth in the last five years.


The place to be today through April 25 is at Digital Africa 2013 because Africa is the ICT destination of the 21st century. God Bless Africa, African Union Award Winning Anthem composed by Chief Charles O. Okereke is billed to grace the event.


Below are contact details for the event.


 Africa Secretariat
Digital Africa Secretariat

35 Iya Abubakar Crescent, Jabi District,

Abuja-FCT, Nigeria.

Phone: +234 9 783 1366





Telephone +234 803 063 5853




Conference Website:


Twitter : @Digital_Africa


*Photo Above - Map of Africa

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