NITDA Wins Outstanding Promoter of Local Content for National Development Award

The Director General/CEO of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) DR ISA ALI IBRAHIM (PANTAMI) was awarded the prestigious Titans of Tech Award in recognition of his outstanding leadership in the promotion of local content for national development.

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The ward which was presented to NITDA in Lagos South West Nigeria over the weekend affirmed the role that NITDA had played in the development and promotion of local content in ICT sector in Nigeria.

According to a recitation on him, NITDA’s unwavering commitment to local content under Pantami, enhanced the purchase of indigenous brand of ICT devices by over 60% within the last three years.

The organisers said local hosting of data doubled in value and local software consumption has significantly increased as attested to by the diversity of IT experts and business people at the Award ceremony.

The cumulative effect of these efforts, is that ICT contribution to GDP reached an unprecedented mark of 13.63% in Q4 of 2018.

Organisers of the award further recognised the purposeful approach of Pantami to ICT regulation in Nigeria adding that his leadership of is restoring confidence in indigenous technology development which has led to more foreign direct investment in the IT sector than any other sectors since 2018.

The Award was received on behalf of Pantami by Dr Vincent Olatunji, the Director of e-Government Development and Regulations department of NITDA.
NITDA Wins Outstanding Promoter of Local Content for National Development Award

The Director General/CEO of NITDA DR ISA ALI IBRAHIM (PANTAMI) was awarded the prestigious Titans of Tech Award in recognition of his outstanding leadership in the promotion of local content for national development.

The ward which was presented to NITDA in Lagos South West Nigeria over the weekend affirmed the role that NITDA had played in the development and promotion of local content in ICT sector in Nigeria.

According to a recitation on him, NITDA’s unwavering commitment to local content under Pantami, enhanced the purchase of indigenous brand of ICT devices by over 60% within the last three years.

According to the organisers, local hosting of data doubled in value and local software consumption has significantly increased as attested to by the diversity of IT experts and business people at the Award ceremony.

The cumulative effect of these efforts, is that ICT contribution to GDP reached an unprecedented mark of 13.63% in Q4 of 2018.

Organisers of the award further recognised the purposeful approach of Pantami to ICT regulation in Nigeria adding that his leadership of is restoring confidence in indigenous technology development which has led to more foreign direct investment in the IT sector than any other sectors since 2018.
The Award was received on behalf of Pantami by Dr Vincent Olatunji, the Director of e-Government Development and Regulations department of NITDA.

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