Skool Media commits to upscaling Nigeria’s ICT footprint by playing its part in building the education sector. The fourth industrialization isn’t just a buzzword, it is already happening and AI is leading the pack among other technology trends. Nigeria hasn’t always been known to have a strong ICT sector but stakeholders know not to sleep during this momentous time.
Skool Media is one such stakeholder and a player in the Nigeria IT field seeking to increase the nations ICT footprint globally by fortifying its education sector.
The ICT solutions provider says it is focused on meeting the new demands of 21st Century education by committing to transforming Nigeria’s educational sector using Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
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Charles Dungor, Partnership Implementation Manager for Skool Media, stated this recently in an exclusive chat with Nigeria Communications Week Media in Lagos.
Dungor said Skool Media is passionate about changing the landscape of Nigeria’s education space with the adoption of technology to improve and reposition the average Nigerian child for competitiveness in the global market.
According to him, ‘At Skool Media, we are basically passionate about changing the landscape of the educational space in the country.
‘For reasons of doubt, Skool Media is an ICT organization that’s focused around changing the narrative on how the educational system functions in Nigeria,’ he reiterated