FG looks for more contribution from the scholarly community, ICT specialists for improvement

The Federal Government has called for more input from the academia and experts in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector for the country’s development.
To get this done, government is already facilitating greater links with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the academia and stakeholders in the ICT sector for collaboration to attain the nation’s set goals, especially on ICT.

Minister of Communications, Dr. Adebayo Shittu, disclosed this while addressing participants at the international conference on Information Technology in Education and Development (ITED-2019) with the theme ‘Advancing the Capacities of Information Technology Professionals for Rapid National Development’ at Baze University, Abuja, at the weekend.

Represented by the Technical Assistant to the Permanent Secretary, Dr. Patricks Oghuma, the minister said: “We count on the continued engagement of the private sector and ICT professionals to support the economic policies of this administration. Our destinies regarding national development are in our hands as ICT professionals.”
The Federal Government has called for more input from the academia and experts in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector for the country’s development.
To get this done, government is already facilitating greater links with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the academia and stakeholders in the ICT sector for collaboration to attain the nation’s set goals, especially on ICT.

Minister of Communications, Dr. Adebayo Shittu, disclosed this while addressing participants at the international conference on Information Technology in Education and Development (ITED-2019) with the theme ‘Advancing the Capacities of Information Technology Professionals for Rapid National Development’ at Baze University, Abuja, at the weekend.

Represented by the Technical Assistant to the Permanent Secretary, Dr. Patricks Oghuma, the minister said: “We count on the continued engagement of the private sector and ICT professionals to support the economic policies of this administration. Our destinies regarding national development are in our hands as ICT professionals.”

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