By Nafiu Busari

There is a need for the new administration both at the federal and state levels to give priority to digital education among youths.

National Youth Secretary, Nasrul‐Lahi‐il Fathi Society of Nigeria, NASFAT, Mr Kabir Raji made this known while speaking to newsmen on the activities of the organization’s youth conference holding in Ibadan.

Mr Raji who emphasized the importance of breaking away from old habits and patterns, particularly in the current fragile global economy said Nigerian youths should be able to compete favourably with their counterparts in developed countries, especially in the digital economy.

He also stressed the need for making computer systems available for students at public schools to allow them to grow along with the current trend of Information and Communication Technology, ICT, as it is obtainable in private schools.

Mr. Raji appealed to youths to support the policies of the government at all levels and think of how to make the nation a better place for all.

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