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Making Digitization Work in Nigeria

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For Digitization to be possible, it  requires general reorientation of all the workforce through regular capacity building. It also calls for the  total restructuring of the new age. Critical thinking skills for innovations and general well being is paramount. Creativity leads to automatic sustainable wealth. What matters in this new age is digital skills.

By 2025-2050, machines and robots new market demands would evolve. There is need for everyone to unlearn, learn and relearn technologically.The shift is to digital  knowledge based economy and from analogue to digital. Most meetings and business transactions are held online.

For developing countries, revival of power sectors is very important. For digitization to see the light of the day, there must be constant power supply all year round. All power grids need to be revived and functional.

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Free Data for All (FDA) for developing and undeveloped countries would effect the work-ability of digitization. Partnership with Network service providers, would provide free data to all citizens. This would enable those in both the rural and urban areas to access data and work from home making social distancing and total eradication of COVID19 Pandemic effective.

Regular training and retraining of the citizenry on Information Communication Technology (ICT) is very important. Investment in ICT is key to the survival of both the private and public sectors. People have  to be reoriented towards preparing for restructuring through digitization and privatization.
Everyone is encouraged to go digital, work from home for effective, efficient, healthy and sustainable productivity for global health safety and economic revival.
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