Kwara Rep, Olawuyi Fixes Date for Tech Summit, To Empower 400 Youths

The member representing Ekiti/Isin/ Irepodun/Oke-Ero Federal Constituency of Kwara, Hon. Tunji Olawuyi Ajuloopin has announced a plan to take 300 youths in the constituency and 100 from outside his constituency into a tech journey via Ajuloopin Tech Summit.

The Special Assistant on ICT to the chairman House Committee on Humanitarian Affairs,  Taye David Maxwell, announced this on Saturday in Omu-Aran while speaking with the newsmen.

According to him, Kwara would gain insights from experienced tech professionals who will educate, mentor, and guide attendees of all ages

Maxwell revealed further that Hon Olawuyi will be using the opportunity to prepare for the digital era for the youth by understanding and utilising the latest digital tools and platforms.

He also disclosed that the Tech Summit is a preparatory event ahead of the Ajuloopin Digital Empowerment Program (ADEP 2024).

The Lawmaker’s Aide explained that the attendees would receive valuable insights that will set the stage for a successful digital community and contribute to the shaping of ADEP 2024 by providing data on specific tech skills of interest.

Maxwell said the youth will embrace digital revolution in Kwara South by learning from regional experts and contribute to creating a tech-savvy community focused on localising technology solutions.

He said registration has since opened on Saturday November 18 for one week.

The summit according to him with a theme: TechFrontiers: Igniting innovation in Kwara South is expected to take place on Friday, December 1 at the Omu-Aran City Complex.

He called on interested members of the constituency and those in Ifelodun, Offa and Oyun local government areas to visit to register.


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