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Nigeria Tech News Summary – April 07, 2011

The President Nigeria Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture NACCIMA, Dr Herbert Ajayi has urged the Federal Government to give more attention to sectors that could grow the economy. Dr Ajayi, who made the call in a press statement issued in Lagos, advised that more attention should be paid to agriculture, power supply, health and education. Ajayi said that lack of adequate attention to these sectors was responsibility for the slow growth of the nation’s economy.


The Federal government has set in motion, a machinery to revoke unauthorized sale of the Nigerian Telecommunications Limited NITEL’s assets.


AS part of efforts to deepen the relevance of technology applications in Nigeria’s tertiary institutions, HiiT Plc, a foremost IT Training/Education brand in collaboration with National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), has trained 110 lecturers in five universities across the country under NITDA Train-the-Trainer Scheme.

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Sources: Punch, Guardian, Thisday, Sun, Vanguard, TechLoy

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