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Updated: February 24, 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday in Abuja reaffirmed the commitment of his administration to use technology for enhanced public service delivery. 

Receiving the leadership of Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPCN) and Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) led by its president, Prof. Charles Uwadia, President Buhari said ‘‘technology in public service delivery is no longer a luxury, but a pressing necessity.’’ 

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Noting that Information Technology is the driving force for social and economic change,  the President told the IT professionals that his  Government, through its actions, has demonstrated its commitment to convert these potentials to reality.

‘‘The future belongs to IT. What was unimaginable  20 years ago is a reality today. Accordingly, we have introduced numerous policies and have made substantial investments to ensure the benefits of this technology-driven age is felt by 200 million Nigerians.

‘‘Indeed, our strategy for inclusive economic growth can only be achieved by leveraging the technology tools available to us,’’ he said.

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Buhari promises to make good use of technology in meeting with ICT experts
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