The British reporter Flora Shaw coined the term "Nigeria" which was to become the name of the country.
In the 1890s she took the term from the Niger River to apply it to the region during the era of colonial rule. Broadcast stations and print media provide content to audiences in English.
The nation remains unsettled and its constitution is not enforced in all regions equally.Under the plan six Community Resource Centers would be built that would provide increased Internet access to every region of the nation. Local educators would receive training at the centers, which would also be used to support distance education to Nigerian universities, provide computer, and targeted vocational educational training to local communities, and support adult literacy and AIDS education.An additional part of the initiative is 0,000 which allowed girls who would otherwise not have access to educational opportunities to attend school from the primary to university level.There has generally been a diversity of voices in the media; however, as the government changed hands frequently and in violent circumstances, the media voices that were in support of a leader would find themselves without a voice as a replacement emerged.At some points, newspapers and magazines were proscribed entirely due to their criticism of government authorities.