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Minister launches virtual learning programme

The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Alli Pantami has officially launch Nigeria’s Virtual Academy Learning Programmes (NITDA Academy) as part of an effort to enhance Digital Literacy and Skills Development during the #COVID19 pandemic and beyond.
While making his keynote address, Pantami, stated that the objective of the virtual academy is to Encourage continuous learning; Enhance capacity development; Empower Nigerians with the required digital skills and Bridge the gap between the academia and industry.
“NITDA coordinated this National Academy for Research and Training, a very important initiative where our citizens will enrol in courses and ensure they build their capacity, I also commend our partners in this laudable initiative,” he said.
In his speech, DG, NITDA Kashifu Inuwa, said; “The Minister, @DrIsaPantami directed us at NITDA and other agencies under his supervision to key into the initiative on digital literacy and digital job creation and how to empower our citizens and prepare them for digital world and post COVID-19 world”.
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