Funke Busari, Lagos
Technology could drive growth in Law practice as the innovation is capable of assisting lawyers to practice beyond borders.
This is coming from the Chief Judge of Borno State, Justice Kashim Zannah.
He said this position is borne out of his experience with innovation in the judicial sector.
He told attendees on Thursday at the 15th annual conference of the Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law, NBA-SBL, themed: “Retooling Business for Change: Leveraging the Tech Explosion.”
Different panelists reeled out tips on how public officials and business owners are leveraging on tech in improving government efficiency, ease of doing business, fighting against corruption and insecurity.
Also, Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki expressed that technology has been used to drive education in his State and more effort is being directed toward the primary health care sector.
Speaking to the delegates, the governor however noted, “Government would not be able to do it alone but we need partners,” he said.
He acknowledged the need for sustainability on the progress made under his watch in the area of tech.
He said, “For us, sustainability means we have to sustain the system, create an ecosystem.”We have hired a-1000 people and everybody must use technology.”
“If we are able to create a generation of young people it would to help us sustain the culture, the governor said.
The conference continues tomorrow Thursday, July 15, 2021.