AfDB will give whatever Nigeria wants — Official

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The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) will continue to respond to the demands of African Governments and its private sector customers, the bank’s Head of ICT Operations, Mr Nicholas Williams, said in Lagos on Thursday. Williams told the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN)on the sidelines of a Two-Day Indo-African ICT Expo in Lagos, that Nigeria was an “exciting nation’’ in Africa. Nike Air Max 1 męskie Człrne “Nigeria is a very exciting place to be, compared with other countries in Africa. nike free run 3.0 homme “The AfDB is, therefore, disposed to giving whatever Nigeria needs. scarpe nike air force nere prezzo Nike Air Huarache Uomo Whatever Nigeria wants, be it infrastructure development and other projects that would need financing. Nike Air Max 1 buty siatkarskie asics allegro “We are usually responsive to the demands of governments and our private sector customers. Penn State Nittany Lions Nike Dames “It is really a common turn for the private sector and the governments to approach us with their proposals and with their ideas, before we see how best to support them,’’ he said. nike pas cher nike pas cher Williams said that the AfDB’s current area of focus was to raise funds for the development of ICT in Nigeria, as well as in other African countries. asics tiger hombre nike air max 2017 heren wit The AfDB official noted that there was currently a growing awareness among young Nigerians of the importance of ICT in every aspect of human endeavour. new balance 999 homme noir adidas sale uk “There is already an incredible vibrancy in the use of ICT, particularly in the content and application of ICT among Nigerian youths. chaussures adidas There is a real recognition of the value of ICT among them. Yeezy Boost 350 V2

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Williams also said that it was imperative for the Nigerian Government to embrace e-governance, for easy and smooth discussions between it and the citizenry.