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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

NCS moves into own complex

Following the completion of its own corporate complex at the weekend, the umbrella body of the nation’s Information Technology (IT) professionals worldwide, the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), has moved into the building.

The complex located at number six Otunba Jobi Fele Way, Alausa Ikeja, Lagos, encompassed a conference room, the administration bloc and office of the president and could best be described as a bungalow.

Chief Executive, Condata Systems and President, NCS, Dr. Chris Nwannenna, while confirming this to Champion Infotel at the new premises, said that the plot donated to the society by the Lagos State government, few years back, was in recognition of its impact to the development of the country.

He also commended NCS members for supporting his administration and the society generally to ensure that the complex was completed on time and as planned.

This is coming as the NCS’ international conference and annual general meeting, yesterday in the capital city of Owerri, Imo State, took off.

Dr. Nwannenna had reaffirmed that the society, which includes associations such as Information Technology (Industry) Association of Nigeria (ITAN), Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria (ISPON), Internet Service Providers Association of Nigeria (ISPAN) Nigeria Information Technology Practitioners in the Civil Service, Nigeria Information Technology Corporate Members Group, The Nigerian Information Technology Academic Group and National Association of Computer Science Students (NACOSS), is ready for the dual event.

The AGM, which was shifted by one month, that is, from June 12 to July 17 was not unconnected to change of leadership in the 36 states of the federation recently after the April polls.


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