To celebrate Akwa Ibom at 36, we share the impact we have had in driving Digital skill adoption in the state.
Akwa Ibom, The land endowed by God to His people, filled with great resources both human and material. The land speedily evolving & bursting forth seeds, marching to glory. The RootHub felicitates all indigenes, friends & well-wishers on the occasion of the 35th anniversary celebration of Akwa Abasi Ibom state. Happy 35th Anniversary to the […]
Hello Guys! The month of May is Roothub’s Anniversary & we are celebrating 7ven years of impact. To celebrate this, one of the events in the lineup of activities is TECH WALK. Walking is the most popular physical activity in the world, and one of the healthiest things we can do for our bodies. We […]
Digital skills may seem hard and difficult to acquire. Meet Idorenyin Faceliftmakovers Nkan who decided to add something different to herself and her business by signing up for a digital skills course with us. Be like her, signup now. Visit us at our physical locations in Uyo, Port Harcourt & Abakaliki or Call/WhatsApp 08092427901 www.theroothub.com […]
On our Frequently Asked Questions session, we will be looking at digital skills one can learn.
The digital age is expanding into all areas of our lives, and it is not just those who work in IT that will need to be alert of this change. This means that there is a growing need for one to acquire some of this skills. Let’s look at some skills you can learn at the hub.
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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.