In the face of soaring levels of security threats on creatives in the state- the Plateau State Government through Plateau Information and Communication Technology Development Agency (PICTDA) will be partnering with nHub and Alewa House to ease the ongoing tensions of police harassment in the state.
This is in-line with the Agency’s mission to create a knowledge-driven eco-system, leveraging entrepreneurship and promoting socially inclusive growth.
The Agency will be having a Townhall meeting with creatives and law enforcement tomorrow, 24th February to develop ties with nHub and Alewa House to bring security closer to the people and provide a form of ID verification for creatives in the state.
To attend the Townhall meeting, register via this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/
d/1MOUY01HOIj- S2Ot21kItNox0ji2b38e3mPPsLUPKf ec/viewform
Venue: Old Government House Conference Hall, Rayfield.