Vice President Yemi Osinbajo in June 2018 said the Federal Government would establish six innovation hubs in the country.
Osinbajo made the disclosure at the launching of the North East Humanitarian Innovation Hub in Yola.
The vice president said that the six innovative centres would be spread among the six geopolitical zones in the country.
He said that the hubs would be used to foster creative local solutions that could tackle humanitarian issues within their locations.
Osinbajo said that the centres would provide opportunities for youths to think and innovate technologies that could address the problems affecting immediate communities.
He said the administration would build the six innovation hubs and connect them with six universities beginning with University of Lagos. Read the Entire Article
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