Kogi State and South Korea plan to strengthen Technology-Based Education in Nigeria:
The Kogi State government and the Korea Republic are currently building on their existing relationship through the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). They are working Extremely great to improve the state’s technology-based education.
However, The country director of KOICA, Woochan Chang, spoke at a teleconference meeting held in the governor’s office on the need to conduct an assessment to formulate possible follow-up support for the Nigeria-Korea Friendship Institute of Vocational and Advanced Technology, Lokoja.
Governor Bello, though commending KOICA for the establishment of the Nigeria-Korea Friendship Institute of Vocational and Advanced Technology in the State, claimed that, in addition to educational activity, the State is ready and able to have more Korean investment in agriculture , transport and infrastructure.
The governor finally commended the Korea government and gave assurances of his government’s commitment to the partnership.