NCC committed to Gender Equality in Information Technology Space

The Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Professor Umar Danbatta, has reiterated the Commission’s commitment to ensuring there is a balance in the representation of females in the information technology  (IT) ecosystem. The EVC, speaking recently through the Head, Digital Media Management of the Commission, Nafisa Usman Rugga, at the ICT Quiz competition for Girl’s in Senior Secondary Schools organized by Nigerian Women in Information Technology (NIWIIT), said there was an urgent need to equip the girl child with adequate knowledge, access and use of Information…

2023 ELECTIONS: Society for Peace holds 16th Conference, bestow awards on prominent Nigerians

The Society for Peace Studies and Practice (SPSP) in collaboration with the Nigerian Army Resource Centre, (NARC) Abuja is to hold its 16th International conference and Annual General Meeting in Abuja from Wednesday Nov. 30 to Dec. 1. In a statement by the Chairman, Local Organising Committee, Prof. Tajudeen Akanji said that the two- day conference will hold at Nigerian Army Resource Centre, Abuja. According to him, the theme of the conference is “Elections, Democratic Consolidation and Good Governance in Africa” amidst 18 other sub-themes slated for the conference. Akanji…

Reflecting on Engr Kadi Amshi Administrative Wizardry At NASC, By ABUBAKAR YUSUF.

MTwo years down the line, Engr Ahmed Kadi Amshi FNSE, the Executive Chairman, National Assembly Service Commission NASC and his Commissioners representing the six geopolitical zones have made unquantifiable progress in the commission in recent times. The administrative acumen and wealth of experience of the new leadership had resolved many thorny issues that was yearning for solutions overtime. This ranges from major administrative decisions, appointments, promotions and payments of backlog of salaries and arears, that had boosted the morale of staffers of the NASC and by extension the National Assembly.…

CAC among World Best Public Service Agency By 2025, says BPSR

The Alhaji Garba Abubakar-led CAC is one of the agencies identified as building the block that will take the Nigerian public service to be among the first 20 in the world by the year 2025.   The Director General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), Dasuki Arabi, revealed this at a lunch time seminar series organized by the Bureau in Abuja.   According to Rasheed Mahe, the Head, Media ,the event held at the Conference Hall, Engineering Building, FCDA, was themed “Current Reforms, Innovation, and Challenges of the…