FG to integrate ICT into socio-economic development
The Federal Government has expressed its readiness to integrate Information and Communications Technology (ICT) into the socio-economic development of the country, to transform the economy to knowledge-based.
Journalists charged to deploy ICT skills
Imo State-based journalists have been charged to judiciously utilise the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools and skills at their disposal.
Abiodun promises to improve people’s living condition
Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun has reiterated his administration’s resolve to continue to improve on the standard of living of the people and, especially the youths. He said the state was not averse to new and better ideas that could boost the fortunes of the state through education.
‘Nigeria saved over N230b from IPPIS’
The Accountant-General of the Federation, Mr. Ahmed Idris, has disclosed that the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) implementation saved the country over N230b in three years.
Expert tasks FG on policy to check abusive use of ICT
To check the abusive use of Information Communications Technology (ICT) among students in secondary and tertiary institutions in the country, the Federal Government has been urged to adopt a policy to contain the rise in trend by instituting an enlightenment policy.
eWaste menace rises, only 20% gets recycled
Discarded electrical and electronic equipment (such as phones, laptops, fridges, sensors and TVs), which is referred to as e-waste is becoming a huge problem, needing urgent intervention globally.
‘Make good use of oral advocacy, electronic evidence’
Lawyers in the country have been charged to deepen their skills in the use of oral advocacy, generation, and presentation of electronic evidence. Those will help lawyers be in a position to advance the cause of their clients in view of the emerging trend in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
Has Nigeria fared better in ICT penetration?
As Nigeria celebrates 59 years of independence, one sector that has distinguished itself remains the Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
Benefits of CBN’s cashless policy
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has re-introduced charges on the deposit and withdrawals of sums above N500, 000 to promote a cashless economy.