MTN to boost digital education

MTN Nigeria through its CSR vehicle, MTN Foundation has commenced call-for entries for the third phase of its ICT and Business Skills training programme in Abia, Akwa Ibom and Kaduna States. The call for entries began on October 2, 2020, and will end on October 25, 2020.

Read:  FirstBank rewards customers with N50m worth of prizes in verve card campaign.

The programme in its fourth phase is organised in collaboration with the Foundation’s ecosystem partners – Google, Oracle and Cisco. The training slated for November is geared towards exposing young Nigerians to latest developments and innovation in the technology to aid individual and entrepreneurial development. In adherence to social distancing procedures, training will hold virtually with extensive training modules delivered by expert tutors.

Read:  Mouka provides comfort to Nigerians Isolation Centres, donates 700 mattresses

“We are in the digital age where career and business survival is dependent on our ability to pivot through digital solutions. As an ICT company invested in Nigeria’s future, we are seeking ways to bridge the gap between our youths and the skills they require. This is what birthed and has sustained this initiative’’.

Read:  Chi Limited boosts COVID-19 relief efforts

Nonny Ugboma, Executive Secretary, MTN Nigeria Foundation stated.


Related posts

AXA Group Commits €5m to COVID-19 Research


Ecobank, Google collaborate to keep children learning during the COVID-19 pandemic


Budweiser to launch campaign, partners two Leagues.


Gbajabiamila gives out 23 cars, cash, 90 laptops, 301 sewing machines


Maltina appreciates Lagos State Government for honouring Maltina School Games medalists as it joins the rest of the world to celebrate Teachers’ Day


Airtel, UNICEF To Add 600 More Schools To Reimagine Education Programme.


Leave a Comment