National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has begun a process of training 75,000 people in Kaduna State in various aspect of Information Technology in order to enhance the human capital development in the state.
Director-General, NITDA, Mallam Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi who stated this while in a meeting with the State Commissioner for Business Innovation and Technology, Mr. Idris Nyam said the training would be held in two folds in order to accommodate the people.
He said that the e-Government Training facility donated to Nigeria by the Korean government will be used to train some people, while others trained through the NITDA Academy.
The Commissioner Mr. Nyam in his remarks stated that there is a need for Federal Agencies to partner with the State Governments especially in the provision of intervention projects.
He identified sectors such as education, health and e-government, social service development, and human capital development as sectors Kaduna would want the Agency to intervene as there is a political in the state to build the ICT ecosystem.