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Korean agency invests $8.56m in Nigeria’s e-governance

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has invested $8.56 million in training and implementation of Nigeria’s e-governance project, the Minister of Communication, Barrister Adebayo Shittu,…

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has invested $8.56 million in training and implementation of Nigeria’s e-governance project, the Minister of Communication, Barrister Adebayo Shittu, has said.
Shittu said this in Seoul at the capacity building training for e-government in Nigeria, according to a statement from his media aide Mr Victor Oluwadamilare.
The project, according to the minister, has three components: establishing an e-government master plan, capacity development programme, and establishing an e-government training centre in Nigeria. 
He said the collaboration with the Korean government would enhance Nigeria’s capability for efficiency, transparency and accountability in governance, with its attendant benefits trickling down to the masses.
 Shittu, who heads a 14-man delegation to the training programme, said it was designed for senior government officials who would lead in the implementation of the e-government programme.
 

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