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Google unveils trends hub for Nigeria’s 2023 elections

by James Davies

2 Dec

Director General and Chief Executive Officer, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Kashifu Abdullahi, has said Nigeria has no excuse to be left behind in a fourth industrial revolution, even as he disclosed that the agency…

2 Dec

Technology has given us easy access to information, communication tools, and transacting platforms. The Internet is at your fingertips for finding out almost anything you want to know. In addition to using the internet for entertainment, you can also use it for business and academic purposes. With every new discovery of what the internet can…

4 Dec

Change, in Leo Buscaglia’s words “is the end result of true learning”, and there is no doubt that the education he acquired at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) and other top-ranked academic institutions outside Nigeria….

4 Dec

Nigeria has a competitive advantage to become the global talent factory in the technology sector, with the capacity to earn over $40 billion annually, according to Inuwa Kashifu Abdullahi, Director General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA). Abdullahi said there is currently a vacancy of about 4 million programmers globally and Nigeria, with its huge…

5 Dec

The All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Bola Ahmed Tinubu has responded to allegations of age falsification, ‘questionable’ family background, academic records, and career before joining politics. Tinubu, who spoke at Chatham House on Monday, addressed the British Royal Institute on Nigeria’s 2023 elections; national security, economic, and foreign policy imperatives. The former Lagos State…

6 Dec

I was privileged to attend Kings College Lagos – the only Federal Government College or Unity School for boys at the time when the Nigerian elite still had faith in the public school system in the country. In our final year as was customary, we all wrote what we wanted to do after we left…

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