CPN claims 5G technology is safe, viable for economic growth
Computer Professionals, Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN), has said that Fifth Generation (5G) technology is safe and very viable to transform the economy.
FG restates commitment to use of technology
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday restated his administration’s commitment to the use technology for enhanced public service delivery. Receiving executive members of the Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria...
Professionals seek digital infrastructure to create wealth
The Computer Professional Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN), has said that Nigeria can create wealth and sustain economic growth through adequate provision of digital infrastructure.
CPN threatens unregistered ICT practitioners
Prof Charles Uwadia, president/chairman-in-Council, Computer Professionals (Registration Council of Nigeria) CPN has warned ICT professionals who are practicing without registering with the council that they would be considered as quacks and will be penalized according to the law of the land. He gave this warning at the CPN media executive forum held in Lagos. Prof…
CPCN’s revival of Patient’s Bill of Rights
It is gratifying to note that the old and complicated Patients’ Rights that authorities have always treated piecemeal have been reworked by the Consumer Protection Council of Nigeria (CPCN), which has now integrated them as Patient’s Bill of Rights (PBoR) that serves both patients and care providers. This is how institutions should be developed seamlessly.…
CPN intensifies efforts to enhance IT profession
Computer Professional Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) has called for efforts that would intensify the Information and Technology (IT) profession in the country.
CPN declares war on quacks in IT sector
Computer Professionals (Registration Council of) Nigeria (CPN), said it is now mandatory for all persons and organizations seeking to engage, or engaged in IT training/Education, sale and/or use of computing facilities, and the provision of professional services in computational .....
CPN moves against sector’s quacks
The Computer Professionals (Registration Council of) Nigeria (CPN) said is working assiduously to sanitise the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector of quacks.
CPN seeks protection of local ICT operators
To prevent capital flight and grow the local information technology sector, the Federal Government has been advised to enforce relevant laws that will empower Nigerians software experts to locally produce, rather patronising foreign-based experts.