Brace yourselves for a groundbreaking change in education as CodeGarageAfrica, in collaboration with the Oyo State Government, Zeeh Africa, and 386konsult Limited, introduces the game-changing “1000 Lines of Code ” initiative. This tech innovative program aims to spark a digital revolution throughout the 11 Local Government of Ibadan, Oyo State, empowering one thousand senior secondary school students (both in public and private schools) with the transformative skill of coding/non-code tech skills.

The stage is set for this monumental shift as the “1000 Lines of Code” initiative gears up for its launch in the heart of Ibadan. This isn’t just about teaching code/non-code tech skills; it’s about unleashing boundless potential, breaking barriers, and propelling Oyo State towards a future where technology and innovation knows no limits.

On the 15th July 2024, esteemed leaders of Oyo State and top officials from government bodies will gather for the electrifying kickoff of the event which would last 5 days (15th-19th July, 2024). Witness history unfolds as CodeGarageAfrica in partnership with 386konsult and Zeeh Africa and the Oyostate Government, embark on this journey to reshape Oyo State’s tech educational space and pave the way for a generation of tech-savvy pioneers.

“This is more than just an initiative; it’s a movement,” declares Mr. Idowu Ogedengbe, Executive Assistant to the Executive Governor, Seyi Makinde. We are committed to giving our steadfast support,” he said.

“1000 Lines of Code Initiative is a targeted program designed to introduce senior secondary school students in Nigeria to the fundamentals of coding and programming. With the growing importance of digital literacy, this initiative aims to equip students with essential skills that will empower them for the future. We look forward to doing more big things,” said Dolapo Ayeni (Co-founder/Chief Brand Officer, CodeGarageAfrica).

David Adeleke, CEO, Zeeh Africa said that, “The 1000 Lines of Code initiative is a massive vision and we’re excited to be a part of it. We are not only training 1000 senior secondary school students, we’re empowering these students to dream big, think bold, and redefine what’s achievable.”

386konsult Limited supports the “1000 Lines of Code” initiative because it aligns with our values of promoting technology, capacity building, and sustainable development. – VF, PhD, MBA

The “1000 Lines of Code” initiative extends beyond classrooms; it’s a catalyst for change that will resonate across communities, industries, and beyond. Through immersive workshops, hands-on mentorship, and access to cutting-edge resources, students will not only learn code/non-tech code skills but also cultivate critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and an entrepreneurial mindset.

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