Pantami to Chair Nigeria Computer Society “S3N 2022” Conference
TECHDIGEST – Pantami to chair Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) Conference, speak at College of Fellow’s breakfast meeting.
In the capacity as Chairman, Nigeria Computer Society 2022 International Conference scheduled to take place in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Professor Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami), Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, is set to speak at the College of Fellow’s Breakfast Meeting scheduled to hold on August 3rd, 2022.
According to a press statement by Uwa Sulieman, spokesperson to the Minister, Pantami made this pledge on Monday when he received Mr. Ibrahim Zira Bazza, the Provost, College of Fellow’s Breakfast Meeting accompanied by Mr Ayodeji Rex Abitogun, the chairman of the conference committee of NCS, on a courtesy visit.
The Nigeria Computer Society (NCS’) International Conference scheduled to hold at Cultural Centre, Kuto, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria holds under a central theme: “Smart, Secure & Sustainable Nation (S3N 2022)“.
It will be recalled that on May 17th 2022, the Nigeria Computer Society officially invited Minister Pantami to chair the upcoming 51st conference.
NCS S3N 2022, being an International conference, will give attendee access to connect with both foreign/local speakers and participants.
The NCS S3N 2022 boasts of rich sub-themes ranging from intelligent cities, e-Governance, e-Health, Smart Securities and other modern-day technologies relevant for today’s applications.
Professor Adesina Sodiya, President of the Nigeria Computer Society had in different fora maintained that attending NCS Conferences increase one’s professional and academic ratings.
“Your participation will earn you 3 units of PD credit units”, the Society stated on its website.
Some of the expected speakers at the NCS S3N 2022 conference are; Prince (Dr.) Dapo Abiodun, the Governor, Ogun State; Professor Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, Minister, FMCDE; Professor Ibrahim Gambari, Chief of Staff to the President (FRN); Dipo Faulkner, VP, Technology Software for Africa at Oracle; Moira de Roche, Vice President of IFIP; Richard Amafonye, Head IT Resource, Access Corporation; Mr. Kole Jagun, President, CPN; Steven Furnell, Professor, Cyber Security, University of Nottingham; Engr. Aliyu Aziz, DG/CEO, NIMC; Mr. Folashodun Adebisi Shonubi, Deputy Governor, CBN, amongst others.