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[ Gist ] Huawei Trains 935 Civil Servants On ICT

Published by on August 23rd, 2019.

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A Chinese Telecommunications company,  Huawei, has trained 935 Federal Civil Servants in Information and Communications Technology, ICT. This was in fulfillment of the understanding and partnership it entered with the Federal Government in 2015.

New Telegraph learnt that the training has been coming in batches since January 2017, in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, signed between the Federal Government and Huawei Technologies.

Secretary to the Government of the Federation, ( SGF) Boss Mustapha stated this  yesterday in Abuja during the closing and award ceremony of the second phase of the programme. He said  that the programme was part of governments Public Private Partnership, PPP, drive to improve the capacity of civil servants in ICT and improve the quality of their service delivery.

Mustapha noted that  the programme would tremendously increase the knowledge of participants in the areas of: Human capacity building in ICT developing trends; Innovative ICT, Building a Smart City; Everything Connected  Internet of Things (IoT) Trends and Solutions; Software-Defined-Networking (SDN) Development Trend and Basic Knowledge; Cloud Cutting-edge Technology and Trends; Big Data Cutting-edge Technology and Trends; E-Government for the Future We Want; Web Design & Maintenance Training; Microsoft Word Training; and Tour of Galaxy Backbone ICT Facilities.

Also speaking, the newly inaugurated Minister of Communications, Dr. Isa Pantami, in his remark, noted that Huawei Technologies have indirectly helped the communications ministry in delivering part of its core mandate.

While commending the programme, he admitted that the challenges facing the country cannot be tackled by the government alone, hence the need for private sector intervention.

“We always clamour for digitalization, but if we digitalize and our civil servants are not up to date with ICT, then the aim would have been defeated.

“It is necessary for civil servants to improve on ICT to meet up with changing trends. Nothing can be achieved in government if the capacity of civil servants is not developed,” the minister added.

Earlier in his goodwill message, Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Zhou Pingjian, harped on the need to keep up with the trend of the fourth industrial revolution and seize opportunities created by digital technology.


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