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Implementation committee declares Enugu ready for take-off of FG’s ICT University

By Christopher Isiguzo in Enugu on 18/06/2017

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•ICT University Implementation committee member Osita Okechukwu
•ICT University Implementation committee member Osita Okechukwu

Ahead of the take-off of the Federal Government proposed ICT University of Nigeria, members of its implementation committee have expressed satisfaction with the state of facilities at the Digital Bridge Institute Enugu, designated as one of the campuses of the university.

The proposed ICT University will be a multi-campus institution of the present Digital Bridge Institute (DBI) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) as located in Abuja, Lagos, Enugu, Kano, Asaba and Yola.

Some members of the Implementation Committee for the Proposed ICT University who conducted a physical assessment of the Digital Bridge Institute (DBI) in Enugu, one of the six ICT learning centres built by NCC in the country.

Members of the Committee in the assessment team were Dr. Henry Nkemadu, Matthew A. Olaniyan and Mr Osita Okechukwu, the Director General of Voice of Nigeria (VON).

Speaking with journalists at the site after the physical assessment tour, Okechukwu announced the readiness of the Enugu campus for the take off of the university, the first of its kinds in the country.

He expressed satisfaction with the state of the facilities at the site, including buildings, road infrastructure, and equipment.

“President Muhammadu Buhari led Federal Government had mandated the Minister of Communications, Barrister Adebayo Shittu to forthwith set up a University of ICT, in recognition of the continuous frenetic growth pace of Information Communications Technology (ICT) and the huge impact on the economy which country that harvests the technical talents and specialists it can engender,

“In fulfillment of Mr. President’s objective to set up University of ICT, so as to enhance learning environment and create millions of jobs through skilled ICT workforce, the Ministry of Communications set up an implementation committee, chaired by erudite Professor Julius Okojie, former Secretary of National University Commission (NUC) and Dr Amina Sambo Magaji as Secretary.

The VON DG said the committee was further mandated to determine the additional requirements for the University to meet with international best practices.

Okechukwu disclosed that the university would be run on a public/private sector partnership (PPP), stressing that multinational ICT companies like CISCO and Motorolla would be involved.

Speaking in a similar vein, Henry Nkemadu, another member of the Committee who represented the NCC said the facilities at the centre were enough to ensure that the university takes off.

•Text courtesy of THISDAY.

 

Source News Express

Posted 18/06/2017 09:37:15 AM

 

 

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