By The Guardian

THE Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has expressed worries over the landing of all submarine cables in Lagos, saying that such concentration in one single point was not good for the economy.  NCC said that there was the need to situate the cables in other states of the country, so as to ensure even economic growth.  Indeed, all the four cables including SAT3, which has 340 Gbit/s capacities; Main One’s 14,000 km capacity cable; Glo1’s 640 Gbit/s and WACS $650 million submarine cable, which are in Nigeria, landed in Lagos.

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