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Nwaobiala commends Krystal's Microsoft I.T Academy

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The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Dr. MacJohn Nwaobiala has said that the Krystal's Microsoft I.T Academy aimed at promoting Information Communication Technology (ICT) in schools across Nigeria is commendable, ITRealms reports

He took this position at the official commissioning of I.T Academy learning Hub, an ICT centre built at Kings College in Lagos, by Krystal Digital Limited.

Nwaobiala, ITRealms gathered, lauded the efforts of the Principal of Kings’ College, Lagos, for being the pioneer principal under whose regime such remarkable collaborative project was hatched, saying, "Krystal Microsoft I.T Academy initiative will help the ministry's commitment in promoting ICT education in federal unity schools across the country", he stated.

The Managing Director, Krystal Digital Limited, Temitope Ogunsemo,ITRealms learnt, said that the gesture was to enhance the teaching and learning of ICT education among unity school students. He stated that the I.T academy partnered with Microsoft to teach both students and teachers in federal unity schools all I.T suites which include Microsoft words, excel, power point, adobe page makers among several others.

"Modern day learning equipment will be used to teach the students and teachers ICT education for them to meet with modern day technology," The modern equipment include,  “ interactive board, pointer, projectors, solar and inverter to complement electrical power supply and computer base settlement (CBS)," he said.

Ogunsemo, ITRealms reports, added that 8 ICT centres have been built by I.T Company across some unity schools in South-west andadded that there were ongoing plans to build more ICT centres across federal unity schools in the country.

Cyriacus Nnaji/GEE with additional report from TheGuardian

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Pix:Dr. MacJohn Nwaobiala

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