Decline In Education Reason For Nigeria’s Unemployment Crisis – Don

By Abdulyassar Abdulhamid Quality university education is imperative in matching demand with supply in the prolong Nigeria’s  unemployment crisis,  Professor Ali Muhammad Garba of the Department of Business Administration, Bayero University, Kano, said. Speaking at a knowledge Production Dialogue titled “Critical Skills gap in Undergraduate Training in Nigerian Universities”  the Centre for Information Technology and…

Nigerian Universities are Not Producing Quality Graduates-CITAD

Nigerian universities have been described as lagging behind in producing quality graduates that will compete everywhere in the world and for employment by the private sector. A lecturer with the Department of Business Administration Bayero University Professor Ali Muhammad Garba stated this while presenting a paper titled the quality of University graduates, Imperative of Matching demand with…

CITAD Organizes Dialogue to Promote Critical Thinking Among Nigerian Students

The Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) organized a dialogue with the title: “Critical Skills Gap in Undergraduate Training in Nigerian Universities”, held on Tuesday, 14th July, 2020. Panelists at the dialogue are Professor Ali Muhammad Garba of Department of Business Administration, Bayero University, Kano, and Ms. Hilda K. Kragha, Chief Executive Officer of Jobberman,…

High Level Political Forum on SDGS Remotely Participated In FCT Communities On The Theme “Recovering Better”

DATE: 7TH TO 15TH JULY, 2020 The High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) is the main United Nation platform on sustainable development. It has a central role in the follow up and reviews of implementation of 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the global level. All UN Member States as well as representatives from…

26th Twitter Chat with Aliyu Dahiru Aliyu, Researcher/Editor Humanangle Newspaper on Countering Misinformation from Religious Perspective

In continuation of its sensitization program on COVID-19 in Nigeria, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), held its 26th edition of Twitter Chat in the 7th of July 2020. The guest was Aliyu Dahiru Aliyu, a Researcher and Editor at Humangle Newspaper. He discussed on the topic “COVID19: Countering Misinformation from Religious Perspective” He started by…

27th Twitter Chat With Olamrewaju Oyedeji Coordinator, Digital Literacy Advocacy Club & Editor, Techmirror Magazine

Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), held its 27th Twitter chat in the 9th of July 2020. The guest was, Olanrewaju Oyedeji, Coordinator, Digital Literacy Advocacy Club & Editor, TechMirror Magazine, he discussed on The Role of ICT in the Fight against Covid19. He started by answering the question on the meaning of ICT where…

51.7 Per Cent Female in Higher Institution Students in Kano Suffers Sexual Assault, Says Report

Centre for Awareness on Justice and Accountability (CAJA), has revealed that more that half population of female students studying in higher institutions in Kano suffered one form of sexual harassment from male academic and non academic staff. Executive director of the Centre, Kabiru Saidu Dakata disclosed this during a virtual conferences organized by Centre for…

CITAD Advocates Enabling Laws to Address Sexual Assault on Female Students in Kano

Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) is advocating enabling laws to address the increasing trend in sexual assault on female students in Kano State. The communication officer of CITAD, Ali Sabo, disclosed this during a virtual conference organized by CITAD on sexual harassment in higher institutions, supported by Rosa Luxemburg Foundation West Africa. At…

23rd Twitter with Amina Mubarak Ahmad on the Impact of Domestic Violence and Preventive Measures

In continuation of its sensitization program on COVID-19 in Nigeria, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), held its 23rd edition of Twitter chat in the 25th of June, 2020.   The guest was Amina Mubarak Ahmad, State Lead, Bridge Connect Africa Initiative   She discussed on the topic “Impact of COVID 19 on domestic violence and…