Information and Communication Technology
Insurer plans new strategies to deepen insurance market
Operators have been urged to diversify insurance products to meet the needs of every individual in the country. Besides, they called on
Pantami, Danbatta seek increased collaboration among ECOWAS states on ICT
Nigerian government has called for increased regional collaboration for the development of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) ecosystem in West Africa.
How to make insurance more relevant, by experts
Identifying the need to diversify insurance products to meet the needs of every Nigerian will help to deepen insurance penetration across the country, industry experts have said.
I don’t have a problem becoming a Chinese
Sir: Gone are those days when folks were happy to come from the country we refer to as giant of Africa. Recently, the report of alleged lethal clauses in Article 8(1) of the commercial loan agreement signed between Nigeria and Export-Import Bank of China, which allegedly “wills the sovereignty of Nigeria” in the $400 million…
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.
‘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).
UN urges govts to prioritise ICT education for girls
The United Nations has called on governments across the globe to prioritise education of girls, especially in the area of information and communication technology (ICT). UN, through its specialised agency for ICT, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), while marking the 2019 ‘Girls in ICT Day’ yesterday in Geneva, Switzerland, said it placed huge importance on…
Kano begins sensitisation for intending pilgrims of 2019 hajj
Kano State Government has begun arrangements to make the 2019 hajj exercise free of hitches. The Executive Secretary, Kano State Pilgrims Board, Alhaji Mohammad Abba Dambatta, said areas already receiving attention include sensitization for early payment, pilgrim’s enlightenment, biometric registration and pilgrims’ general welfare. Dambatta referred to the introduction of initial deposit of N1.2million for…
Experts seek Lagos, private sector partnership on ICT clusters
To accelerate Nigeria’s development, experts have called for the optimisation of existing information and communication technology (ICT) clusters’ through partnership between the private and public sectors. According to them, digital technology through such initiatives would drive economic transformation of the country. Overtime, the use of digital technology to create new solutions for economic growth has…