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Dr. Eng Baba Jibrin Adamu has an extensive managerial experience both in private and public sector. Prior to his current role, Dr. Adamu served as the Senior Special Assistant on ICT to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, attached to the Office of the Vice President. He played a key role in policy development and led both national and international negotiations on ICT policies and economic issues for Nigeria. He has chaired numerous Presidential Technical Sub-Committees on ICT Policy & Strategy for the whole country, on streamlining the development of a centralized demographic database for the nation and Presidential Committee on Broadband among others.


Dr. Adamu is a passionate advocate for democratic governance and has participated in international elections monitoring missions and Canadian-African trade missions for Canada. Dr. Adamu holds a Master’s degree in Structural engineering and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from University of Technology Wroclaw, Poland.


Dr. Adamu also acquired various professional Certificates in ICT, computer studies & database, leadership and management from Harvard University Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Centennial College, Centre of Entrepreneurship, Toronto, Canada; Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Toronto, Canada; the Banff Academy for Business Calgary, Canada including Certificate on Citizen Engagement: A Game Changer for Development CE01x from the World Bank, Washington DC, USA and United Nations (UN) Certificates on Global Terrorism, Working System of United Nations (UN) and International Conflict Resolution.


Dr. Adamu is a member of numerous local and international organizations and currently the CEO of iNetworks Canada and President of Arewa Center for Regional Development (ACRD). He is married with children.







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