1.1 Background to the Study
Technology has revolutionized all facets of communication during the past decades. Access to the people and information practically anywhere in the world has been quicker, cheaper and easier.
Awake (2002) cited in Kur (2004), The dynamic nature of the 2ls century and more centuries to come rests on technological revolution. No wonder, Marshall Mcluhan, a Canadian scholar in 1964 propounded the concept of “Global Village” regarding the entire global as having the potentials of becoming a global community where information and news about anywhere in the world would be readily available for anyone’s consumption in any part of the world.