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NBAIS intends to digitize its activities.

Prof. Muhammad Abdullahi, Registrar and Chief Executive of the National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies, has stated that the board is ready to digitize its activities.

NBAIS also intends to increase the number of schools that participate in their exams across the country, according to him.

This was said by Abdullahi in Abuja during a two-day session for NBAIS officers on “Corporate communication and strategic information management,” which was organized in conjunction with Clanfield Communications Limited.

“We have over 1,600 schools across the country sitting for our exams, and at the same time, we hope to persuade the government to grant us national recognition and approval,” he stated.

“We have ICT personnel,” he explained, “most of whom are new because the board is new.” As a result, we need to educate our workers in this area, which is why the session was organized.” For Arabic and Islamic schools, we have a distinct and national curriculum.”

Iheoma Shedrach, Managing Partner of Clanfield Communication Limited, stated that information management was critical to the NBAIS board’s ability to complete their tasks and fulfill their mandates.

Dr. Mainasara Umar, who spoke on the civil service, said that the ultimate goal was to improve service delivery.

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