A software development company, Softwareshop Pty Ltd., on Friday said that 16 pupils on a three-month free software development training had to develop computer games and apps for their usage on Android phones.
The Chief Executive Officer of the organisation, Mr Austin Agbakor, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
Agbakor said that the 16 pupils were those who had taken advantage of the three-month free training on software by the Computer Village hub (Cvhub), a subsidiary of the softwareshop.
According to him, the pupils have started designing some games applications which is tagged “Made in Ikeja Games”.
He said that such an effort by the children would boost their knowledge on Information Communication Technology and make them economically independent. Read more