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Celebrating Sylvia Okokon’s Birthday

The warmest wishes to a great member of our team. May your special day be full of happiness, fun and cheer!
We wish you an amazing year that ends with accomplishing all the great goals that you have set!
We appreciate all of your hard work in the past year.
Have an exciting and fulfilling year!
Happy birthday Sylvia Okokon!!

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Learning Digital Skill

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Learning High Income Skills

How does it sound having a high income skill?
People, organisations are constantly looking out for people with the right skillset for the future of work.
Learn new skills or sharpen already existing skills.
If you are looking for a expertly curated courses in graphics design and web development.
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Sign up for our physical classes and virtual classes if you think distance will come to play.
Classes start 22nd June,2020
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Celebrating Grace Etiah on Completion of NYSC

Congratulations to you Grace Etiah on the successful completion of your service year.We wish you the very best for all the new ventures that life has in store for you.Here’s to you—steadier, stronger and better every day.”#WearetheRoothub

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Digital Identity: Paradigm Initiative in collaboration with The Roothub hosts National Identity Management Commission(NIMC) for a one day Stakeholders Engagement Session.

The need for inclusion cannot be overemphasized if there’s no digital inclusion there’s a chance that many individuals and communities will be overlooked and excluded. These population will not only be missing out on the potential benefits of ICT but will also not be engaged in decisions related to digital initiatives within communities.

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Olumide Abimbola’s Article 2

In 2013, I visited a friend’s house in Ekiti and I was there for one month because we were to co-start and execute a project. On the first week of my arrival, we were unable to start the project because we were waiting for some materials without which we can’t start the project. So we […]

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