CITAD Engages Students to Combat Hate Speech

By Haruna Gimba Yaya. The Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) has conducted a two-day sensitization workshop for students of tertiary institutions to combat hate speech. The workshop which held in Gombe had participants drawn from schools in the six states of the North-east geopolitical zone.  The Executive Director of the centre, Dr Yunusa…

Third Digital Livelihood Training for Young Women

The Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) is running the third batch of the Digital Livelihood Project for Young Women in Kano. The aim of the project is to build the capacity of female digital entrepreneurs through training and business development clinics. Successful participants can also access internship opportunities through CITAD. The training consists…

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR EXTERNAL AUDITOR

Introduction The Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), is non- governmental and non-profit organization, wishes to appoint an external auditor firm that will be responsible for auditing the financial transactions of the organization for the financial year 2018. Tasks The audit firm will be required to perform the following: Annual audit Quarterly audit review…