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|By Yahaya Ahmed

The Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Lafia (FULafia), Professor Shehu Abdul Rahman, has applauded the Digital Bridge Institute (DBI) for training staff of the University on Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Tertiary Institutions (ADAPTI).

The training, which was on cyber security, internet and Microsoft Office productivity tools, internet governance and statistical package for the social sciences (SPSS), took place at the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Directorate of FULafia.

Abdul Rahman, represented by Mr Nuradeen Abdu, the Registrar of FULafia, said that the training training was in line with one of the strategic priorities of his administration, saying that without adding that "you can only perform effectively if you're trained to do so."

While expressing his profound gratitude to DBI resource persons, he said that the University was willing to collaborate with DBI to explore more avenues for training of its personnel.

Abdul Rahman lauded the FULafia ICT Coordinator, Mrs. Saratu Haruna, for making facilities available for the training.

Declaring the training closed, the vice-chancellor congratulated the participants for the training, adding that "80 per cent attendance shows a demonstration of participant’s willingness to learn and improve on their skills."

Earlier, in her remarks, the DBI Coordinator, Mrs. Oloyede Olajumoke, thanked the FULafia Management for the hospitality accorded her team, saying that the Institute looked forward to better collaboration with the University in the area of training. 

She called on the participants to apply what they have learnt during the training in their day-to-day official assignments.

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