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Adj.1.unpatronised - having little patronage or few clientsunpatronised - having little patronage or few clients; "a restaurant unpatronized by the elite"
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According to the director general of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Isa Pantami, over NGN 720bn is estimated to be leaving Nigeria's economy annually through the importation of IT equipment, solutions, and services; the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) had recently released statistics declaring that 90% of IT products and services being used in the banking industry, for instance, are foreign while local vendors are left unpatronised.
The sycophancy, obsequiousness, and flattery of the letter are visible markers of the culture of dependency that obtained: the patron was the powerful figure who kept the players this side of a law that designated unpatronised players as vagabonds.