One of Africa’s greatest leaders, Nelson Mandela, once said that education is the most powerful weapon that can be used to change the world.
As Nigeria is moving fast towards diversifying its economy using technology, the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), has proposed partnership with Republic of Namibia in the areas of Innovations and Entrepreneurship through African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA).
Organizers of annual Social media summit, the Pan-African Social Media Summit have revealed that the sixth edition of the annual event which is scheduled for August 21st, at Roses Regency Hotel will discuss key issues on digital Economy, socio-economic advancement and economic development.
The Federal government has reiterated its commitment to drive National Digital Economy Policy and Strategy (NDEPS) in transforming every aspect of modern life which will enable Nigeria to take advantage to become a leading player in the global digital economy and provide a catalyst to facilitate the diversification of the economy and the attainment of the key national objectives of improving security, reducing corruption and expanding the economy.
Shortage of manpower in forensic expert in the country has been described as one of the challenges mitigating against curbing the menace of cyber attacks, which the duo of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and National Institute for Security Studies (NISS) have agreed to partner in order to lessen the shortfall.