The Plateau state government has appointed David Daser, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of top tech startup nHub, as the pioneer Director General of Plateau State Information Technology Agency (PSITA).
David Daser, a graduate of Biochemistry from the University of Jos, is expected to lead the new agency through its initial growth curve, pursue a workable framework to make Plateau State a technology and innovation hub as well as work with government and other stakeholders to attract technology investment into the state.
Speaking to IT Edge News, David Daser expressed his readiness to expand the ICT ecosystem in Plateau state.
“We have worked ceaselessly for an industry fostered on commitment to country and young people. This new challenge offers an opportunity for further service to drive that vision that Nigeria and indeed, Plateau State can become the bastion of a new economy,” he said.
“This is in line with the vision of Governor Lalong who has never shied away from investing in peace efforts and development of young people. I believe this is an invitation to work for the advancement of Plateau State particularly among young people in the tech ecosystem.”
A member of the Presidential Advisory Council on Technology & Creativity chaired by Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, David Daser founded nHub in Jos with the aim of advancing the development of the local and international economy to a level of self-sustainability and rapid economic and developmental growth through technology, entrepreneurship and then employability.
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