NITDA-Abuja Tech Start-Up Accelerator Fellowship 2024

In a pursuit to carry out the Nigerian Information Technology Policy, targeted at organizing the comprehensive advancement of IT in Nigeria, NITDA, in collaboration with the Founder Institute Abuja, has initiated an innovative quest.

This groundbreaking collaboration is focused on honing the skills of thirty (30) tech startups in different areas, including AI, Robotics, Cybersecurity, E-commerce, Software, Fintech, Ed-tech, IoT, and Biotechnology.

Empowering Technological Ventures

This collaborative endeavor between NITDA and Founder Institute Abuja is a beacon of hope for aspiring tech entrepreneurs in Nigeria, allowing them to refine their ideas and innovations.

It represents a synergetic effort to promote the technological ecosystem in Nigeria, paving the way for advancements in numerous tech fields. It is a call to action for all potential innovators to step forward and contribute to the growing technological landscape in the nation.

Eligibility Requirements

This fellowship is grounded on merit and welcomes innovators dedicating their full-time endeavors to the tech sector. The prospective applicants must fulfill the following criteria:

  • Innovation Alignment: Possess an innovation or idea in alignment with domains such as Blockchain, AI, Robotics, Cybersecurity, E-commerce, Software, Fintech, Ed-tech, IoT, and Biotechnology.
  •  Full-Time Availability: Committed to being available full-time and willing to dedicate 30 hours or more per week to this transformative program.

Prospective innovators are urged to submit their applications through the following link:


The application should be meticulously completed and submitted by October 2, 2024.


The initiation of this innovative venture marks a significant stride towards achieving the objectives outlined in the Nigerian Information Technology Policy.

It is an opportunity for young tech entrepreneurs to transform their groundbreaking ideas into reality, thereby contributing to the overall technological progress of Nigeria.

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