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The Director-General/CEO of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Mr. Kashifu Inuwa, has unfolded plans for the digital transformation of Nigerian government on his watch at the Federal IT regulatory agency.

Abdullahi, who hopes to leave a legacy of digital transformation on completion of his duty at NITDA, disclosed this in a tell-all interview that made the cover of the inaugural issue of eGovernance Nigeria Magazine, that debuts March 2020 from the stables of Technology Times Media Limited.

The Federal IT regulatory chief said the invitation extended to him by Dr. Isa Pantami, the immediate past DG of NITDA, who was later appointed Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, prepared him for his current position.

According to him, since coming into NITDA under Pantami, he played a crucial role in the development of a strategic plan built on seven pillars to turn around the Nigerian IT sector that also identified ICT as a key enabler for economic diversification.

“I was very instrumental in implementing the strategy. So the strategy was developed for the agency for 2017-2020 and the strategy was about seven key pillars,” Inuwa said.

The NITDA DG/CEO said the seven pillars included regulation to level the playing field and remove obstacles to business; capacity building to function in a knowledge-based economy; government digital services to foster an interactive government encouraging contributions by citizens and delivery of service; local content to encourage delivery of tailor-made tech solutions for local needs; digital inclusion to promote infrastructure for citizens to access e-services; digital job creation and cybersecurity to protect Nigeria’s technology assets.

“These are the seven key pillars we have been working on since 2017 and we are going to review it at the end of this year to benchmark what we have achieved and come up with a new strategy for the agency”, the NITDA DG/CEO told eGovernance Nigeria Magazine.

Founder/Chairman of Technology Times, Mr. Shina Badaru, the Nigerian technology industry media, events, and business services company, said the introduction of eGovernance Nigeria Magazine advanced the organisation’s mission to showcase Nigeria’s growing contributions to the global ICT industry.

“eGovernance Nigeria Magazine will be the voice of digital transformation of information exchange and delivery of government services by the Nigerian public sector, and is here to fill a gap as a provider of news, information and analysis of key developments shaping e-government and the broader public technology ecosystem,” he said.

According to Badaru, eGovernance Nigeria Magazine leverages online, video, digital and newsletter delivery platforms to advance the Technology Times founding vision of creating online, print, digital, events, rankings, awards and business platforms trusted by millions across Nigeria, Africa and beyond.

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Quelle/Source: New Telegraph Newspaper, 05.03.2020

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