Rlg Communications is a Ghanaian brand producing PCs and mobile devices. TechSuplex reports that the company has set up an assembly plant in Ilesha (pronounced u-le-sha), Osun State, Nigeria, the capacity to produce 5,000 mobile phones and 2,500 laptops per day. The plant will be officially launched on the 30th of January. The facility will also include a training center, research & development (R & D) lab, corporate office building and staff quarters amongst others. This might just be a good time for a tech movement to begin in Osun state.
RLG makes Android smartphones, feature phones, tablets and laptops.
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