Google and the NTDC are partnering to provide training for small businesses, digital skills initiatives for individuals and the launch of a new Google Arts and Culture collection called: “Tour Nigeria.”
Emphasising the urgent need for private and public players to collaborate in order to meet up with the 10-year timeline for the full implementation of the SDGs, Victor-Laniyan reiterated that it is an onerous task that cannot be expected to be borne alone by the public sector.
The partnership, which was announced by Google on Tuesday, said the tech company’s initiatives will address the need for funding, training and services across identified sectors, including support for 500,000 SMBs and 25,000 teachers.
DR. Mamoud Kamara, Regional Head of IDB in Nigeria, who led the delegation, disclosed this in Abuja during a strategic meeting with the Chairman/CEO, NIDCOM, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa.
Kalu Emetu, Public Relations Officer of the VIO, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja.
The tier-II capital facility was structured as a “10 years non-call five years” subordinated debt instrument, benefitting the bank for a period of five years.
The Governor, who was received by the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Abubakar Sadique, began with apologising to the Air Force authorities over how its previous relationship with the Aviation College went sour.
The Nigeria Football Federation has described Simba Group as a worthy partner in the journey to make Nigerian football fulfilling for players and fans.
India says it is exploring ways of improved partnership with Nigeria as both countries marked 60 years of bilateral relations.
“Nigeria cannot fully achieve its potential as a stable regional leader until Nigeria successfully overcomes the challenge of Boko Haram and secures peace and protection for all its citizens in all its regions
The vice president named energy, transportation, oil and gas, health care and capacity building, as the potential areas of collaboration and partnership between ECOWAS and GE
He said: “The Federal Government of Nigeria will be happy to receive a periodic assessment of economic growth from a private sector’s perspective from an organisation like the IoD Nigeria