The Korea International Cooperation Agency has invested $8.45m in the construction of an e-government centre on the premises of the Public Service Institute of Nigeria in Abuja.
A statement by the Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy said another $1m was expended on the refurbishment of the centre, which was donated to the Nigerian government for the training of workers.
At the inauguration of the centre, the Country Director, KOICA, Woochan Chang, said the unveiling of the e-government centre was historic because it was as a result of the partnership between his government and Nigeria…
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