It Is Time To Harness Youths Potential In IT – DG NITDA

The Director General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi, said that the time to harness the huge potentials of Nigerian youths in Information Technology is now. According to him, “this is a sure way to achieve the goal of diversifying the country’s economy”. Inuwa made these remarks during a panel discussion at the seminar on Science and Technology organised by National Defence College, with the theme, “Promoting Science and Technology for Rapid National Development in Nigeria on Thursday”. The DG said that, NITDA, as Government Agency in…

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CSOs Hail Gov Ayade Over Performance, Impact On Devt

By Ebriku John Friday Civil Societies under the auspices of CSOs Promoting Good Governance In Nigeria, (COCPROGIN), Thursday, hailed Cross River State Governor, Sir Ben Ayade, over performance and impact on development. This was contained in a statement signed by leaders of the coalition including Convener and Founder Citizen’s Enlightenment Initiative, CEI, Hon Temitope Babalola Adeniyi, Secretary, and Founder Forum of Ethnic Nationality For Progress, ForEFPro, Com Sylvanus Akpan, and Publicity Secretary and Founder Project Youths Awakening Northern Nigeria, PYANN, Mallam Danjuma Ismali. According to the group the doggedness of…

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NIGERIANS INTENTIONALLY PAINTED IN BAD IMAGE ABROAD, BAR ANYOGO

A public affairs analyst, Barrister Leonard Anyogo, has asserted that Nigerians were internationally painted in bad image abroad despite their huge contributions in positive development of their host countries. He stated this when he was hosted by the High Commissioner of Nigeria to the United Kingdom, UK, H.E, Ambassador George Adesola Oguntade, where he maintained that “so many great Nigerians in different fields making marks of positive history.”   Anyogo stated this while baring his mind on the ill-treatment Nigerians receive abroad, which he said has become imperative for Nigerians to…

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BayelsaDecides2019: SING Nigeria set to train election observers to be deployed

Sustainable Initiative for Nurturing Growth SING, one of INEC’s elections observation groups, says it will train election observers to monitor the November 16, 2019 governorship election in Bayelsa State. This was made known in a statement issued on Monday in Abuja and signed by the spokesperson of the organization Mr. Mohammed Basah. The organization said that the observers would be trained by SING before they would be deployed to randomly selected polling units in the 8 local government areas of the State. The statement also quoted that the training, which…

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