He further said that the world is fast growing in technology adding that, Nigeria should make haste to embrace the initiative.
“We are gradually moving to the e-government almost everything is migrating online and therefore this task is a crucial part of our skills that are required in the 21st century which Nigerians should embrace. We do not want anybody to be left behind and we want AMAC to become the Centre of ICT drive to provide efficiency in terms of service delivery, productivity, and convenience.
“We are empowering them especially through the utilisation of digital knowledge so that they can achieve self reliance in different business areas such as digital entrepreneur skills that one can use to provide good and services.
“Citad is ever ready to increase the number of beneficiary.
With support from action aid we have been able to establish five ICT Centre in FCT in different area Councils, this are facilities that we have created to use them as center as a community to come together to discuss community problems,” he added.
Culled for Blueprint: https://www.blueprint.ng/citad-trains-amac-staff-on-ict/