The News Agency of Nigeria reports that there was a large turn-out of students and teachers in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital, as both public and private schools resumed in line with government directives.
Akinkunmi Yejide, the Director, Technology, Innovation and Commercialisation, Department of NOTAP, stated this on Thursday during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja.
Osinbajo and Obi spoke on Monday at the TECHISD 2020 Online International Conference.
First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s leading financial inclusion services provider, has announced that the 2020 edition of its annual FinTech Summit is scheduled to hold on August 6, 2020 by 12pm.
But data privacy issues don’t just affect private individuals. They can have a massive impact on businesses, with the average data breach costing in excess of $3.8 million.
For their part, customers expect every company they interact with to use technology in a way that makes their lives simpler and more efficient. After all, if they can change insurers or buy groceries with a few taps of their smartphone, why shouldn’t they be able to do the same when it comes to investing or getting property-buying advice?
Rasheed Olu-Ajayi, Head, Information and Communication Technology of LIRS, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria via an exclusive virtual conference on Zoom on Saturday.
Themed: “Nigeria of my Dream: Making it Happen with Technology,” and in junior and senior categories, participants are to submit entries by email to: [email protected] on or before noon of May 26, 2020.
In a bold and pioneering move to make Ekiti State the knowledge and innovation capital of Nigeria, the Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has signed an Executive Order reducing the Right of Way charges related to laying broadband or any other telecommunications infrastructures from N4,500 to N145 per meter.
The Federal Government and the United States Trade and Development Agency have signed a $1.1 million grant to support electricity infrastructure development in Nigeria.
Chinese researchers have developed a new technology to produce artemisinin, the top choice for malaria treatment, on a large scale.
The Deputy Governor of Ekiti, Chief Bisi Egbeyemi on Tuesday said that kidnappers, terrorists and other criminals now use technology to perpetrate their nefarious activities and evade justice.
Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, on Friday said that both public and private sectors had a big role to play in using technology to boost the economy of the country.
The Commissioner of Police, Kwara Police Command, Aminu Saleh, has called for increased use of technology to fight crime and ensure adequate security in the country.
Onu made the call on Thursday during a lecture he delivered at the Executive Intelligence Management Course II of the Institute of Security Studies in Abuja.
Leo-Stan Ekeh, the Chairman of Zinox Group, has said technology remains the fastest way Nigeria could become one of the richest countries in the world, if it was well utilised.
Faborode told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that a minimal investment in technology sector would yield much results for Nigeria.
He said that the adoption of automation of counter services, e-stamp, e-commerce and introduction of business centres in post offices in rural areas had improved NIPOST’s service delivery.
While more people are beginning to embrace the opportunities that the digital transition offers for personal growth and professional development, it has not been so easy for schools to make the move. Some are doubtful about the capacity of digital devices to serve as strategic learning tools while others lack the know-how and support structure needed to drive the change.
According to Umunakwe, Nokia’s consumers are more discerning and demanding than ever before and the company will always put them first in producing phones.