Two London Based Nigeria Tech Company Seek NITDA Partnership on Job Creation

Two of Nigerian London based technology company, Emerging Tech Africa and Emerging Tech Africa Communication Limited have sought the partnership of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) to expand their businesses into the country.


Emerging Tech Africa, led by Atayero of Aramoko Kingdom in Ekiti State and Chairman of Emerging Tech Africa Communication Limited, Dr Olusegun Aderemi Idowu, made their intention known during a courtesy visit to the Director General of NITDA, Mr Kashifu Inuwa stating that they are considering critical areas of the Digital Economy.

Idowu who lead the team of JKL CAPITAL, Mr. J. Shi and Ms. Nidaa Sabbagh, also said the courtesy visit was to seek possible partnerships and discuss issues of mutual understanding and benefits in areas of digital economy, job and wealth creation.

“We are an indigenous company doing excellently in the area of information technology, digital economy, job and wealth creation. Our partners, JKL CAPITAL in London are in Nigeria to partner with our company ETECHA COMMUNICATION LIMITED to do business, and we wish your Ministry could be part of government agencies that will warehouse some of the business interest to attract mutual interest and benefits for Nigeria”, Idowu said.

While enumerating some of the areas of interest in Nigeria the company wishes to invest in include Blockchain Technology, Gaming business opportunities, TV broadcasting resources, and Payment Solution Service, Dr Idowu was hopeful that the collaboration will be beneficial to all parties involved.

Inuwa in his response expressed readiness to collaborate with them noting that “we look forward to our collaboration and the possible future, NITDA remains committed to sustaining the momentum, leveraging emerging technologies, developing policies and strategies that promote digital transformation, and creating an enabling environment for our startups and entrepreneurs to thrive”.

“We have some flagship initiatives and projects which we believe can help us capture value; one of such is building and hatching talents because according to research, by 2030, there is going to be 85million talent deficit globally, making talent a huge industry itself”.

“So, we are working towards positioning Nigeria as the world’s talent factory, exporting our brains, providing talented workforce to render services for your establishments, Nigeria, the continent and the world”, the DG expounded.

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