Angola has now more than 4 million Internet users. This number was revealed this Thursday by the Secretary of State for Information Technology, Pedro Sebastião Teta.
According to the statement made by the Secretary of State to news agency Angop: “Angola is now working toward achieving technological independence after 39 years since the country won the political autonomy, on November 11, 1975”
Declaring that achieving the number of 4 million Internet users is “a milestone that poses a challenge for the (Information & Telecommunications) sector” in Angola, the Government official stressed the need for a consistent and ongoing investment in staff and teatchers training, as well as in the creation of more infrastructure and training of highly qualified teachers.
“We must invest in staff training and study more if we actually want to be independent. Anthem and flag are not enough, the country must also acquire its Economic and Technological sovereignty,”