The Federal Government says it has so far completed about 1,600 Digital Communications Centres in various parts of the country in the last two years.
The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami stated this while virtually launching another set of seven Digital Communications Centres in various parts of the country.
Dr Pantami said the projects are part of efforts to achieve the Digital Nigeria policy to enhance governance, grassroots inclusion and emergency services.
Dr Pantami said so far the Federal Government had developed 16 ICT development policies with 12 implemented and four others awaiting approval.
The Director General of the National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA Kashifu Abdullahi said the Agency was poised to achieve the Digital Nigeria policy under the Buhari administration.
Mr Abdullahi said the various projects are located in schools, rural centres to enhance training amongst the grassroots.
The centres were located in Borno, Sokoto, Akwa-Ibom, Abia, Kogi, Gombe and Oyo states.