CITADCentre for Information Technology and Development (Nigeria)
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While reacting to the development during a press conference over the weekend, CITAD's Program Officer in Bauchi, Mohammed Chiroma Hassan alleged that the latest bill was a plot by public officers serving in the outgoing administration who might have looted state funds to cover up their crimes and protect themselves from investigation with the hope of getting away unpunished.
The CITAD Program Officer stated that: 'The Centre for Information Technology And Development (CITAD) received with shock the decision of the Bauchi State House of Assembly to repeal a law that provides for the investigation of public officers who might have misappropriated state funds entrusted in their hands.'
Pollock et al., "Effect of citalopram on agitation in Alzheimer disease: The CitAD randomized clinical trial," JAMA--Journal of the American Medical Association, vol.
The CitAD protocol was then amended to exclude participants with high QTc, to include ECG exams for all future participants, and to add serum magnesium to routine electrolyte monitoring.
The Center, often referred to by its acronym of Citad, is there to "promote better ties", between the US and Iran, and provide introductions to influential contacts within Iran, says Alexander Majid Zar, a Citad vice president.
The Executive Director of CITAD, Zakari Yahu stated this on Monday during the orientation programme for the second phase of Digital Livelihood for Young Women and Girls with support from Digital Equal Skills Foundation, held at the NUJ press centre in Bauchi.
In her remarks, the Program Officer of CITAD in charge of Gender and Internet Advocacy, Maryam Ado Haruna stressed that women are far left behind in the use of Internet despite several advantages they stand to achieve, especially in the area of business development opportunities.
The advice was given by the Bauchi state Commissioner of Women Affairs, Hajiya Rukayya Kewa during a town hall meeting with women groups and gender focussed Civil Society Organizations in Bauchi State organized by the Centre for Information Technology And Development (CITAD) in collaboration with Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) held at Chart Well Hotels, Bauchi on Thursday.
AN NGO, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), has begun the training of young women in Bauchi on Information, Communications Technology (ICT) and entrepreneurship skills.
CENTRE for Information and Technology Development (CITAD), has expressed concern over the low participation and access of women to information on the Internet.
This declaration was made by the Programmes Officer of Center for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), Bauchi Office, Mohammed Chiroma Hassan while addressing Journalists Tuesday at the NUJ Press Center on the ills of fake news and hate speeches being circulated by different platforms that do not have definite and traceable fixed addresses.
Between June and December 2016, Center for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), a research-based institution in Nigeria, captured 6258 items of Hate and Dangerous Speech.