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Osinbajo is why we are impacting Nigeria – Google

– Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s role on the ease of doing business efforts has been commended by Google
– The vice president has been described as an excellent partner as he helped the organization record great success – This was revealed during a courtesy visit to the vice president at the State House

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Google, one of the leading tech giants has commended the efforts of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo in helping the organization achieve remarkable success in Nigeria. Legit.ng gathered that this was disclosed by Doron Avni, Google’s government affairs and public policy director who led a team from Google Global Services in the US on a courtesy visit to the vice president at the State House on Thursday, February 13. Avni while describing Osinbajo as an excellent partner of the organization, he said Google has trained three million Nigerians since its pledge to train 10 million people in Africa. He said: “Obviously, we have an excellent partner here (Prof. Osinbajo) who has been doing God’s work, it is thanks to leading partners like him that we are able to be helpful in communities in which we operate. A delegation from Google on a courtesy visit to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. Photo credit: Twitter Source: Twitter Avni went on to note that Google’s 2022 target of training up to 10 million people in Africa was feasible. Osinbajo on his part said the federal government will support any partnership that addresses literacy and educational challenges which includes the problem of out of school children and girl child education. Meanwhile, it was previously reported that five big technology companies in the United States of America have been ordered by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to disclose details behind their acquisition of smaller businesses. This is following concerns raised about reports of unfair and anti-competitive behavior from Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Facebook. The five technological companies have been accused of unfairly using their clout to defend market share or expand into adjacent markets. In a related development, late Nollywood filmmaker, Amaka Igwe, was honoured with a Google Doodle on her 57th posthumous birthday. A Google Doodle is a special, temporary alteration of Google’s homepage logo meant to commemorate special holidays, events, achievements, and notable historical figures. The doodle went live on Thursday, January 2, to celebrate late Igwe’s contributions to the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood, on her posthumous birthday. Amaka Igwe was a Nigerian filmmaker, broadcasting executive, and the owner of Top Radio 90.9 Lagos and Amaka Igwe Studios.

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