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FUTA New Vice-Chancellor Unfolds Seven Point Agenda

FUTA New Vice-Chancellor Unfolds Seven Point Agenda

The new Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Professor Joseph Adeola Fuwape has unfolded a seven-point agenda that he said will further take the Institution to greater heights.  He made this known at his inauguration ceremony presided over by the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Governing Council of the Institution, Senator Joseph Waku

We Will Empower More Nigerian Women – US Consulate General

The Public Affairs Section of the United States Consulate General, Lagos, has reiterated its commitment to continuously empower more Nigerian women and make them self-reliant. Rhonda Watson, Public Diplomacy officer of the section stated this on Tuesday during an information and communications technology, ICT, workshop organised for Nigerian small and medium scale businesswomen. Titled, Entrepreneurship

NCC: Serving the Unserved

Through the Universal Service Provision Fund, NCC is making efforts to ensure that telephone services extend to every part of Nigeria The Universal Service Provision Fund, USPF, was established under the Nigeria Commuications Commission, NCC, Act to facilitate the achievement of national policy goals for universal access to information and communication technologies, ICTs, to rural,

NDDC begins training of 150 teachers on ICT

The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, has commenced the training of 150 secondary school teachers on Information Communication Technology, ICT, designed to equip them with requisite knowledge on ICT. Ibitoye Abosede, NDDC’s Head of Corporate Affairs, said in a statement in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, that the exercise was part of the commission’s educate-the-educators programme. He

Intel BeginsTwo-Weeks Training Workshop in FUTA

As part of efforts to train university ICT experts for its new Galileo Board Technology, Intel Incorporation, a leading global organization in Information and Communications Technology, ICT, has started a two-week training workshop at the Federal University of Technology Akure, FUTA. The training, which is solely for some selected Nigerian Universities, is to give ICT

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Using ICT for National Development

By John Adebisi – Internet Constituency. Nigeria, like most developing nations around the world, has come to recognise the importance of information and communication technology, ICT, as catalyst for sustainable socio-economic development. This recognition is well captured in the National Development Plan – Nigeria’s Vision 20:2020. This is the way to go! However, Nigeria is

‘Developing Human Resources Is Our Priority At ITF’

    When Professor Longsmas Sambo Wapmuk assumed the leadership of the Industrial Training Fund, ITF, in 2006, as director-general/chief executive officer, DG/CEO, there were mounting expectations that he would turnaround the organisation and repotision it as the number one training and development institution in Nigeria and one of the best in the world. Wapmuk

The Broad Band Challenge

   The telecoms revolution was one of the signatures of Nigeria’s first 100 years while broadband is being positioned to be the anchor of the nation’s technology push in the second century             When Ernest Ndukwe, immediate past executive vice chairman, EVC, of Nigeria Communications Commission, NCC, was leaving office

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