NILEST GRADUATES 165 TRAINEES ON LEATHER GOODS

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The Nigerian Institute of Leather and Science Technology ( NILEST), under the Federal Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation, on Thursday in Abuja graduated 165 trainees on Footwear manufacturing and leather goods processing/production across the country. Speaking at the occasion, the Minister of State for Science, Technology and Innovation, Barrister Mohammed Abdullahi in his speech […]

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STI: THE DRIVING FORCE FOR NATION BUILDING

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The Minister of Science, Technology, and Innovation, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu, has said that Science, Technology and Innovation remain the main driving force of growth and development in the nation. Dr. Onu said this during the inauguration of Inter-Ministerial Committee for Nigeria Science, Technology and Innovation Television (ScienceTV@NG) on Monday, in Abuja. The minister said that […]

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LOCAL PRODUCTION WILL BOOST ECONOMY

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  The Honorable Minister of State for Federal Ministry of Science,Technology and Innovation says local production of tomato paste will boost the economy and reduce reliance on importation. The Minister of State for Science, Technology and Innovation, Barr. Mohammed H. Abdullahi expressed this development today, Tuesday, November 30th 2021 at the foundation laying ceremony of […]

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UNBUNDLING THE UNTAPPED LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL IN MHA, NASSARAWA WEST IN VIEW

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  By Francis Nansak For years since Democratic governance returned to Nigeria after years of dictatorial military administration, Barrister Mohammed Hassan Abdullahi continued to expressed his willingness and interest for elective position at different levels. He is one individual whose principles and tenacity for governance when given the opportunity has always recorded unprecedented achievements. The […]

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ABDULLAHI: STEM CRUCIAL TO GLOBAL FUTURE

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  The Minister of State for Federal Ministry of Science,Technology and Innovation, Barr. Mohammed H. Abdullahi has said that Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics ( STEM) is important to all round socio-economic development as the fate of the global community lay solely in these subjects. The future,fate and destiny of the world’s youths is dependent […]

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MINISTER COMMENDS KOO NIGERIA

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  The Minister of State for Science, Technology and Innovation Barr. Mohammed H. Abdullahi has commended Koo for creating a media platform for research and engaging our Youths in various areas. Abdullahi disclosed this during the courtesy visit of Koo Nigeria Territory led Sameer Yeshwanth and his team in his office on Thursday in Abuja. […]

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AFRICA MUST PROFFER SOLUTIONS TO GLOBAL CHALLENGES USING STI -ABDULLAHI

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      The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Barr. Mohammed Abdullahi said that African nations must participate actively in proffering solutions that confront humanity by using tools of Science, Technology and Innovation. Barrister Abdullahi said this when an international delegation of AUDA-NEPAD (African Union Development Agency- New Partnership for Africa’s Development) paid him […]

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FMSTI/STAKEHOLDERS COOPERATE TO TACKLE NATIONAL ISSUES

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FMSTI/STAKEHOLDERS COOPERATE TO TACKLE NATIONAL ISSUES The Minister of State for Federal Ministry of Science,Technology and Innovation , Barr. Mohammed H. Abdullahi, has said that the Ministry through its Agency the National Space Research & Development Agency (NASRDA), is ready to collaborate with other stakeholders in order to tackle Insecurity, food challenges in the country. […]

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NIGERIA/CUBA TO DEEPEN TIES ON STI DEVELOPMENT

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The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu has said that Nigeria and the Republic of Cuba will strengthen cooperation in the area of biotechnology development. Dr. Onu said this when he received the Cuban ambassador to Nigeria, Amb. Clara Polido Escandell, in his office in Abuja on Monday. Dr. Onu said that […]

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