By Rahmatullah Mahmud

L – R; Engr. Hauwa Abubakar, Vice Chairman, Nigeria Computer Society; Dr. Muhammed Aliyu, National President, Nigeria Computer Society, Engr. Abraham Oshadami, Ag: Executive Commissioner Technical Services, Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC; Engr. Edoyemi Ogoh, Head Technical Standard and Network Integrity, NCC; Ms. Olatokumbo Oyeleye, Head Digital Economy, NCC; Engr Babagana Digima, Head New Media and Information Security, NCC; During a Courtesy visit by the Nigeria Computer Society to the Commission Headquarters 13th May 2024.

Earlier today, the Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Dr. Aminu Maida, was represented by the Acting Executive Commissioner, Technical Services, Engr. Abraham Oshadami, as they received the leadership of the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) on a courtesy visit. Led by the society’s President, Dr. Muhammad Sirajo Aliyu, FNCS, the visit served as an opportunity for the NCS to engage with the Commission and discuss various aspects of their advocacy work and flagship programs. The NCS delegation sought collaboration with the NCC, highlighting the importance of partnership in advancing the goals of both organizations within the technology sector.

During the courtesy visit, discussions centered on areas of mutual interest and potential collaboration between the NCC and the NCS. The NCS shared insights into their advocacy initiatives and flagship programs, aiming to foster a deeper understanding of their objectives and priorities. Additionally, the society expressed its readiness to work closely with the NCC in leveraging technology for national development and addressing key challenges facing the ICT industry in Nigeria.

As stakeholders in the technology ecosystem, the NCC and the NCS recognize the importance of collaboration in driving innovation, promoting digital inclusion, and advancing the nation’s ICT agenda. By engaging in constructive dialogue and exploring opportunities for partnership, both organizations are poised to contribute significantly to the growth and development of Nigeria’s digital economy, ultimately benefiting citizens and businesses across the country.

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