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ICT

1 May 2021
More than 20 girls undergo 5-day ICT training in Lagos
3 Sep 2019
NGO empowers more than 40 persons with ICT knowledge
21 May 2019
Hot off the heels of the Transform Africa Summit that took place in Kigali last week, CNBC Africa speaks to an IT entrepreneur Ernest Kayinamura, CEO of Hexakomb whom has being navigating the ICT sector in Rwanda for the past 7 years, about the deals being signed as Rwanda barrels towards being a knowledge-based economy.
9 Dec 2017
US promises continued partnership with Nigeria on ICT.
19 Aug 2017
Economic development - FG seeks to diversify through ICT.
15 May 2017
Transforming Africa Summit 2017 - Africa Leaders To Invest In ICT.

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