NCS Executives Urged to Uphold Professionalism, Innovation Emma OkonjiThe newly elected executives of the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), have been urged to maintain professionalism in discharging their duties in the next two years of their tenure, while ensuring technology innovation that will help the new administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to succeed. Guest Speaker, Mr. Muhammed Rudman, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Internet Xchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), gave the charge last week, while delivering a keynote at the first strategy meeting of the newly elected members of the National Executive Council of NCS.Rudman urged the newly elected members to drop every form of sentiment and embrace professionalism in order to succeed in discharging their duties. “Those that drafted the NCS Constitution, did so in the best interest of Nigerians and the Information Technology (IT) professionals of Nigeria, with the purpose to drive development in the country and unity among its members who are IT professionals,” Rudman said.Responding, the newly elected President of NCS, Dr. Muhammad Sirajo Aliyu, thanked Rudman for his professional advice and promised to consider his suggestions in moving NCS forward. According to Sirajo, the new NEC has an agenda to move NCS to a greater height through collaboration with stakeholders and the government at all levels. He promised to take the agenda of NCS to the grassroots in such a manner that will support the growth of the administration of President Bola Tinubu.NCS Executives Urged to Uphold Professionalism, Innovation Emma OkonjiThe newly elected executives of the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), have been urged to maintain professionalism in discharging their duties in the next two years of their tenure, while ensuring technology innovation that will help the new administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to succeed. Guest Speaker, Mr. Muhammed Rudman, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Internet Xchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), gave the charge last week, while delivering a keynote at the first strategy meeting of the newly elected members of the National Executive Council of NCS.Rudman urged the newly elected members to drop every form of sentiment and embrace professionalism in order to succeed in discharging their duties. “Those that drafted the NCS Constitution, did so in the best interest of Nigerians and the Information Technology (IT) professionals of Nigeria, with the purpose to drive development in the country and unity among its members who are IT professionals,” Rudman said.Responding, the newly elected President of NCS, Dr. Muhammad Sirajo Aliyu, thanked Rudman for his professional advice and promised to consider his suggestions in moving NCS forward. According to Sirajo, the new NEC has an agenda to move NCS to a greater height through collaboration with stakeholders and the government at all levels. He promised to take the agenda of NCS to the grassroots in such a manner that will support the growth of the administration of President Bola Tinubu.

Emma OkonjiThe newly elected executives of the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), have been urged to maintain professionalism in discharging their duties in the next two years of their tenure, while ensuring technology innovation that will help the new administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to succeed.

Guest Speaker, Mr. Muhammed Rudman, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Internet Xchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), gave the charge last week, while delivering a keynote at the first strategy meeting of the newly elected members of the National Executive Council of NCS.Rudman urged the newly elected members to drop every form of sentiment and embrace professionalism in order to succeed in discharging their duties.

“Those that drafted the NCS Constitution, did so in the best interest of Nigerians and the Information Technology (IT) professionals of Nigeria, with the purpose to drive development in the country and unity among its members who are IT professionals,” Rudman said.Responding, the newly elected President of NCS, Dr. Muhammad Sirajo Aliyu, thanked Rudman for his professional advice and promised to consider his suggestions in moving NCS forward.

According to Sirajo, the new NEC has an agenda to move NCS to a greater height through collaboration with stakeholders and the government at all levels. He promised to take the agenda of NCS to the grassroots in such a manner that will support the growth of the administration of President Bola Tinubu.

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