For the adoption of digital technology in Nigeria, issues of governance and transparency will be central to achieving major developmental targets in Nigeria.
21 Jan 2022
Nigerians have been urged to leverage the digital space to foster economic growth and increase the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
17 Dec 2021
The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad, yesterday, charged stakeholders on adoption of digital technology for effective and efficient justice delivery in the country.
29 Nov 2021
The Nigerian Institution of Structural Engineers (NIStructE) has advocated the use of digital technology to confront challenges in the built environment.
26 Nov 2021
The Institute of Capital Market Registrars (ICMR) has stated that the institute would leverage digital technology to boost information accessibility and improve retail participation in the capital market.
13 Nov 2021
It was Frederick Douglass who noted that, “it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” Popular as this may appear, the possibility of its actualisation requires
11 Oct 2021
From the energy that goes into making smartphones to the fact that even emails create carbon emissions, the world's internet addiction comes with costs to the climate.
12 Feb 2021
New figures show that Nigeria has the highest number of internet users in all of Africa – and some of the best internet penetration in the continent, with 61.1% of our population now online. This compares to an African average of 39.3% – and just 13.9% and 12.7% in our neighbours in Chad and Guinea,…
13 Nov 2020
The Director-General of the Nigerian College of Accountancy (NCA), Jos, Plateau State, Dr. Kayode Fasua, has called on accountants and allied professionals to expect more disruption by digital technology.
9 Nov 2020
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Africa Prudential, Obong Idiong, has pointed out value creation and digital technology diversification as the key drivers of the company’s Q3 robust performance.
27 Oct 2020
High Water Art International School has embarked on training youth on digital technology. Chief Executive Officer, High Water Art International, Ms. Mary Olohijie Ileogben, said the academy prepares youth who cannot afford higher education to get skills that would make them more useful to their communities. Speaking on ‘Our Nigeria today and the…
24 Sep 2020
Lagos State Government is set to improve adult literacy education through digital technology and programme on television and radio to boost the sector during the post-COVID-19 pandemic. Director of the state-owned Agency for Mass Education, Mrs Olukemi Kalesanwo, at a webinar in commemoration of this year’s International Literacy Day, said the COVID-19 crisis is a…