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    • Andrew Waititu, General Manager, General Electric Healthcare, East Africa, gives students a tour of the equipment at the GE Healthcare Training Centre. GE and Young Scientists Kenya hosted a workshop to discuss the importance of STEM careers to develop innovative solutions for diverse challenges in the country.
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) careers can help unlock solutions for social and economic challenges

In Africa, less than 2% of students, under 18, finish school with vital Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) studies and careers are becoming increasingly important in order to prepare students to develop innovative solutions to solve challenges in diverse sectors. General Electric (GE) (www.GE.com) and Young Scientists Kenya (YSK.co.ke) hosted a workshop to sensitize male and female secondary school students on the benefits…

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    • L-R: Neil Mackin, Manager - Business Development, APMT Nigeria; Fola Oyeyinka, SSA, Economic Matters to the President; - Lazarus Angbazo, CEO & President, GE Nigeria; Thomas Konditi, CEO & President, GE Transportation Africa; Honorable Rotimi Amaechi, Minister of Transportation; Petrus Fusi, Chief Executive, Transnet International Holdings; Mr. Ding Zhengguo, Chairman, PowerChina International Group Ltd and Eyo Ekpo, Business Development Executive, GE Transportation at the signing of the Interim Phase agreement for the Nigerian narrow-gauge railway concession in Washington D.C. last Friday
    • L-R Neil Mackin, Manager - Business Development, APMT Nigeria; Thomas Konditi, CEO & President, GE Transportation Africa; Honorable Rotimi Amaechi, Minister of Transportation; Mr. Ding Zhengguo, Chairman, PowerChina International Group Ltd; Petrus Fusi, Chief Executive, Transnet International Holdings; Standing- Lazarus Angbazo, CEO & President, GE Nigeria; Fola Oyeyinka, SSA, Economic Matters to the President and Eyo Ekpo, Business Development Executive, GE Transportation at the signing of the Interim Phase agreement for the Nigerian narrow-gauge railway concession in Washington D.C. last Friday
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CORRECTION: International Consortium Signs Interim Phase Agreement with Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) for Rail Concession

Consortium to proceed with execution of Interim Phase of the Rail Concession process

Following its award of preferred bidder status by the Federal Government of Nigeria in May 2017, an International Consortium last Friday in Washington D.C, signed an agreement to proceed with the Interim Phase of the Nigerian narrow-gauge railway concession. Initiated by General Electric (www.GE.com), the world’s premier digital industrial company,…

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GE signs $25 Million Partner Agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise for Digital Solutions across Middle East, Africa & Turkey

One of the first solutions this partnership will focus on is OpShield from GE Digital

Partnership over three years will bring Cyber Security and other GE Digital solutions to the Middle East, Africa & Turkey (MEA & T) region, targeting critical industrial operations The cyber security solutions at the heart of the agreement will enable regional stakeholders to move forward with the journey of digital…