Huawei Technologies, FMCDE Renovate, Donate IT Equipment To School.

Huawei Technologies Company Nigeria Limited in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy and Advocacy for Human Value Foundation has donated standard Information Technology equipment as well as renovated the school building of Al-Walidyn Charitable School, Gombe State.

At the commissioning ceremony of the newly renovated school building held virtually in Abuja, Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isah Ali Ibrahim Pantami, commended Huawei Technologies for its key role in supporting Nigeria in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.

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He said, “Huawei during the COVID-19 pandemic supported Nigeria with some virtual facilities which have been very effective in conducting meetings, engagements and interventions where necessary by the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19, Federal Ministry of Health and Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

“Whenever we speak of the success story of how the country managed the pandemic, we will not forget what Huawei has done for Nigeria through the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy.”

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In his remarks, Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer of Huawei Technologies Company Nigeria Limited, Mr. Michael Zhuang, said youths are the future and today’s youths are the first generation of those young talents with a growth enabling environment and practical opportunities to enable them to gain knowledge, improve their employment skills, broaden their horizons and realise their values.

He revealed that over the past two decades of operating in Nigeria, that Huawei believes it is important to train Nigerians in digital skills and cultivate ICT talents to build a fully digital economy.

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“This is why we have always partnered with the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy to implement several talent training programmes in Nigeria.

“We have established ICT Academies in about 79 Universities across Nigeria, offered free digital training and hosted global ICT competitions which will give Nigerian students opportunity to showcase their gained knowledge and cultivated talents.


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