First Lady Oluremi Tinubu on Monday flagged off the Women ICT Training Empowerment Programme organised by the Renewed Hope Initiative.
The Special Adviser on Media to the First Lady, Busola Kukoyi, made this known in a press release signed and issued, stating that the program was in collaboration with the National Information Technology Development, specifically for women.
The release read, “The First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Senator Oluremi Tinubu CON has flagged off the Women ICT Training Empowerment Programme organised by the Renewed Hope Initiative.
“The 5-day training which is in collaboration with the National Information Technology Development Agency NITDA is specifically designed for Women in the FCT.
“The First Lady who was represented by Senior Special Adviser on Policy, Strategy and Logistics Hon Wahab Alawiye-King noted that Digital literacy is the way the world is going and that women should make good use of the opportunity of the training to improve their knowledge.
“She pointed out that Information Technology can be used as a one-stop shop for economic growth and emancipation.
“Senator Oluremi Tinubu restated her determination and commitment to transform the lives of women in the country.
“Speaking earlier, Dr Aristotle Onyemaechi Dir. corporate planning and strategy NITDA, said it is the desire of his organisation to build the capacity of youth in digital literacy as to enhance economic transformation of Nigeria.
“He noted that Women are pivotal to this and hope the beneficiaries would become ambassadors of RHI and digital literacy in Nigeria.”