Latest News
Pantami, NCS Executives Visit Gov Abiodun as S3N2022 Opens Today

Pantami, NCS Executives Visit Gov Abiodun as S3N2022 Opens Today

Professor Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami), Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, on Monday, August 1, 2022 led the executives of the Nigeria Computer Society to a courtesy visit on Governor Dapo Abiodun, the Executive Governor of Ogun State.

As a Fellow of the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), Pantami led the team to Ogun State Government House to officially notify the Governor about the upcoming NCS Conference scheduled to hold in the state, starting today August 2 to Thursday August 4, 2022.

L-r: Prof. Pantami with Governor Dapo Abiodun

Minister Pantami while making his remarks lauded the various digital economy initiatives of Ogun State that led to the State having the first Fibre Optic Factory in Nigeria.

Prof Pantami stated that wise investment in ICT brings about economic prosperity.

In his remarks, Gov Abiodun hailed Minister Pantami as the right Man to lead the Digital Economy Sector in Nigeria. “We are very proud of you”, the Governor said.

The NCS conference has as the theme ‘Smart, Secure and Sustainable Nation coined as S3N2022

According to the Professor Adesina Sodiya, President of NCS, the theme was carefully chosen to provide needed technological support for government drives and vision in this modern society.

In his words: “The emergence of connected cities and data-driven nations is making planning and decision-making easier at the global level. Different studies have ranked African low in adopting technology to build safe, secure, Sustainable economy (S3N2022).

S3N2022 - Pantami and Dapo Abiodun
Prof. Pantami wears NCS’ hat on Governor Dapo Abiodun as Prof. Adesina Sodiya observes in admiration

“At the heart of the technology driving innovation is data and citizens engagement. In transforming our nation to meet future demand, we must use technology to create a more sustainable and livable present and secure future for our citizens.

S3N2022 holds at June 12 Cultural Centre, Abeokuta

Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.