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VOBA National Executive Committee Pays Courtesy Call to New PICTDA Director-General

VOBA National Executive Committee Pays Courtesy Call to New PICTDA Director-General

The National Executive Committee of the Vom Old Boys’ Association has paid a courtesy call on the Director-General, Plateau Information Communication and Technology Development Agency, PICTDA, Dr. (Engr.) Dominic Gwaman Datong at the New Government House in Rayfield.

The delegation, led by VOBA President, Mr. Eric Pam, extended warm congratulations to Dr. (Engr) Dominic Gwaman Datong on his recent appointment and offered prayers for his success in steering the affairs of the agency.
Mr. Pam also expressed gratitude to the Executive Governor of Plateau State for recognizing Dr. Datong’s merit and entrusting him with the leadership of such a vital organization, especially in this era of global digital transformation.
The president fondly recalled Dr. Datong’s foundation at St. Joseph’s College, acknowledging its role in contributing to his esteemed position.

During the courtesy call, the VOBA President also took the opportunity to shed light on some of the ongoing ICT projects at St. Joseph’s College, particularly the development of the E-library.

Responding, the Director-General expressed his appreciation to the VOBA national executive committee for their visit, prayers, and valuable advice.
He emphasized the Caleb Mutfwang administration has devised strategic plans to fully harness ICT for the overall development of Plateau State.
Dr. Datong elaborated on the state government’s intentions to employ ICT solutions to address various challenges in critical sectors such as security, agriculture, healthcare, education, and public service delivery.

Recognizing the importance of collaboration and cooperation in driving progress, the Director-General called upon all stakeholders within the ICT ecosystem on the Plateau to work together for the advancement of the sector, benefiting all citizens.

The courtesy call marked the beginning of what promises to be a fruitful partnership between VOBA and PICTDA, dedicated to leveraging technology and ICT for the betterment of Plateau State and its people.

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