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Foundation revives African culture and arts, boosts technology — Nigeria — The Guardian

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The Radhi Kwari Foundation initiates a revival of African cultural and artistic activity, advancing technology in innovative and thoughtful ways to address some of the world’s most pressing issues.

Foundation Executive Director Japhet Sha’agi Kineze honors the illustrious achievements of the late Dr Radhi Kwari at the summit in Abuja on the theme of “Reviving African Culture, Art and Technology in Africa’s Development” I made this clear for you. heritage.

Remember, this summit will bring together young, passionate leaders who are rewriting Nigeria’s history to discuss the challenges young changemakers face in harnessing technology to protect the nation’s arts and culture.

Kineze said: Lack of information, facilities and interpersonal support make it difficult to create professional opportunities.

“However, very few targeted intervention efforts have been made to address the problems he identified. and inadequate support constrain growth and prevent these women and adolescents from achieving their goals. Forced to leave and engage in action.

“Governments, organizations and individuals have continued to advocate for technological governance, but in order to adequately address issues affecting women and youth, it is imperative to promote inclusiveness, level the playing field and reduce bottlenecks. We believe that we need to remove bottlenecks and encourage accountability for community growth, increase access to quality education so that these women and young people can fully explore, generate new ideas and join forces. Create a platform that allows

“Even in this current reality, I believe we need to muster enough willpower to start doing what is right in order to return to our inconsistent world. It must be seen as a challenge to restore historic pride, to embrace the prosperity of forward-thinking Africans, to build the Africa we want, and to avoid the negativity that stifles Africa. We have the power to shape the Africa we want,” he said.

In his remarks, the former chairman of the Kwari Regional Council, Hong. Ibrahim Daniel said the country has assets that can be converted into wealth and it would be desirable for young people to optimize such opportunities.

Daniel urged young people to use culture as a tool for development and as a vehicle to delve into the international community, while at the same time not being left behind as the world progresses.

he said:

“I strongly feel that the challenges we face today are due to our lazy minds and there is nothing we can do about it. We have devices, so young people have to be curious by being creative,” he said.

Co-organizer Michael Akou said the aim of the summit was to present how technology can influence change for the betterment of people, especially the younger generation.

he said: It is about how to effectively use technology to raise awareness and create a value exchange.

“And one of the things we have to change in this world now is to ensure that there is a direct exchange of value between people and the economy without the intervention of centralized platforms that have robbed people of all their value. is to ensure that

“So our mission is to really support people’s value creation, hold the key to education, and ensure we bring the grassroots to the true foundation of how technology is used and how workshops are developed. I think it will make a big contribution to the economy.”