E-Government: Nigeria, Korea Sign Phase 2 Implementation Project

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A cross section of alumni members during the meeting in Abuja.

Nigeria has signed phase II of the e-Government project slated for 2020 – 2026 to build a foundation for digital governance in Nigeria.

The former national coordinator, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Dr. Patricks Oghuma said this while addressing the Nigeria alumni association, over the weekend in Abuja.

He stressed that President Muhammadu Buhari inaugurated the Presidential Council on Digital Economy and e-Government to transform every sector of the economy.

“On behalf of the good people of Nigeria and the Nigeria alumni association, I sincerely express my deep appreciation to the Global Information and Telecommunication Technology Program (ITTP), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and International Technology Professional Program (ITPP), Seoul National University (SNU-), South Korea towards the successful hosting of the maiden edition of the Nigeria Alumni Association meeting holding today in Abuja, Nigeria. In the same manner, I extend my appreciation to the Speakers for their wonderful presentations and insights.

“I wish to state that the meeting has allowed both countries to consolidate on the giant strides in strengthening and activating the global ICT innovation network.

“I want to assure you that we are committed to R & D technology transfer, the establishment of a regional hub for ITTP and ITPP,” he said.

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