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Nigeria’s Vice President, Professor Osibanjo mentioned to me during our media chat that technology is dear to the heart this administration. In the same vein, the government has partnered with Huawei to develop a training course called ICTforChange. It’s designed for 18 – 30 year olds who have University/Polytechnic degrees in technology-related fields and it’s free of charge.

The training will cover ICT Fundamentals, Huawei Certified Datacom Associate (HCDA) Certification, Telecoms Power, BTS and Microwave Installation. If you think it’s as interesting as I do, you can find out more, and register on their website. Just make sure to do it before June 15, 2016. Ciao.

Source – www.ictforchange.gov.ng

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