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The Council of Ministers met today, Friday, October 25, 2019, in the usual room of the deliberations, under the presidency of His Excellency, Mr. ISSOUFOU MAHAMADOU, President of the Republic, President of the Council of Ministers.
African ministers responsible for communication, and information and communication technologies (CICT) have adopted the 2019 Sharm El Sheikh declaration, that puts special focus on the African Digital Transformation Strategy (DTS) and the African Union Communication and Advocacy Strategy (CAS), as well as the Union’s Brand and Communication Style Guideline.
Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has linked Nigeria’s unity to the cultural diversity of its peoples, adding that beyond oil, tourism harbours immense potentials for the nation’s growth and development.
A multi-stakeholder consultation, which aims to reach and inform stakeholders on the participatory process to elaborate the periodic report and to raise awareness on the 2005 Convention, will take place after a three-day capacity building workshop for the National Team
YOUTH, Sports, Arts and Recreation permanent secretary Thokozile Chitepo yesterday said the arts sector needed to grow and increase its capacity as a major economic player if the country was to attain economic progress by 2030.
As the 79-member African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries negotiate a post-2020 relationship with the European Union (EU), culture is being presented as an untapped sector that can contribute to the further development of the region.