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TVC E, BUSINESS - A two-man delegation from the World Bank, has paid a courtesy call on the minister of science and technology, Ogbonnaya Onu,
The delegates expressed the readiness of the World Bank to support the present administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The leader of the delegation disclosed that key areas the World Bank will include; security, unemployment, and rebuilding of the North-eastern part of the country
While conveying gratitude to the institution for it's continuous support, the minister acknowledged that Nigeria's economy had relied on Crude oil for too long.
Onu said the government will soon roll out policies aimed at diversifying the economy....
TVC NEWS: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Former Minister of Finance, has described the call by Femi Falana, Senior Advocate of Nigeria and human rights lawyer, for her and others implicated in the arms deal scandal to be tried at the International Criminal Court, ICC, as a desperate joke by an integrity challenged charlatan and called on Nigerians not give in to Falana’s self-imposed Chronic Cerebral Amnesia (CCA).
Paul Nwabuikwu ,Okonjo-Iweala's Media Adviser described Falana as a tool for corrupt elements whose interests were hurt by the work Dr. Okonjo-Iweala did in fighting corruption while she was in office.
Read the statement below.
The malicious attempt by Lagos Lawyer, Femi Falana to mix Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala up in issues that have nothing to do with her in his letter to the International Criminal Court (ICC) is a desperate joke by an integrity challenged charlatan (ICC).
This misadventure shows that the so-called learned lawyer does not have any idea of...
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TVC E, TECH - A new World Bank Group report has indicated that despite the rapid spread of digital technologies through the developing world, the anticipated digital dividends of higher growth, more jobs, and better public services are falling short of expectations.
The World Bank report says the rapid digital expansion has been skewed toward the wealthy and 60 percent of the world’s population is excluded.
President World Bank Group Jim Yong Kim says there are many individual success stories in the developing world but the spread of digital technology is still less than expected.
He suggests investing in basic infrastructure and supporting start-ups, as well as educating all children.
The report says the number of internet users worldwide has more than tripled since 2005 – to an estimated 3.5 billion users....