African ICT Foundation reveals plan to equip 200,000 Nigerians with digital skills

The emergence of disruptive technologies in Nigeria’s ICT ecosystem has the potential to improve the quality of life of the people and redefine business models such as Agritech, FinTech, e-Billing, e-Commerce, e-Governance, e-Payments, transportation, smart city
Stakeholders at the first edition, Mobile and Disruptive Technology Forum (MoDiTECH2019) held in Lagos, South-West, Nigeria highlighted how disruptive technologies is affecting global economy and the way of life of the people urging that Nigeria should take advantage of it to improve the life of the people.

President of the African ICT Foundation, Mr. Tony Ojobo in his presentation revealed plans by the Foundation to equip 200,000 Nigerians with digital skills through its Digital Connect Africa primarily designed to empower Africa’s success by providing government, financial, academic and business solutions supports that will help Africa move from aid-based economies to self-sustaining, knowledge-based economies, creating sustainable skills for Africans everywhere.

The executive Secretary of the Foundation, Mr. Emmanuel Bassey who represented him, said that project covers the five Regions of Northern, Western, Southern, Central and Eastern Africa with West Africa as a pilot scheme starting with Nigeria and covering the six geo-political Zones respectively.

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