This is tropical Africa and don’t expect to see any broadband internet connection anywhere.
The reason is that there no investment on this area. Now people are using terrestrial antenna to receive TV signal.
See the scrambled CNN screen in the picture below :
Yes we can watch CNN, BBC, Aljazera with this technology.
In Nigeria, the TV signals are brought to us by a local cable TV network at a token of N2,150 per month (about $6/month).
Because of the feeble technology, each time it rains, the TV signals must scramble and you won’t see anything.
They strong wind can even pull down the antenna.
People in Africa will welcome an improvement in this area of life. So it a good are to come and invest. Bring good TV technology and you’ll enjoy a good return on investment.