Airtel Partners with Dynamiss to Financially Support Online Education in Nigeria

Airtel Nigeria has partnered with Dynamiss, an Educational Technology company, to financially support data and mobile Internet for all Nigerian schools and students. Nigerian students and schools will be able to get financial support by using Dynamiss Learning Management Systems. This proposition also extends to the Airtel users who can now enjoy up to 50% discount on data/mobile Internet charges only if they can access the Dyanamiss platforms. Note that the 50% discount on data and internet charges is now effective. This means once you access Dyanamiss platform, you immediately…

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Asia Covid19 

Singapore will emerge from COVID-19 crisis a stronger society, with renewed sense of identity and values

Singapore will emerge from the COVID-19 crisis a stronger society, with a renewed sense of identity and values, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat has vowed to leave no Singaporean behind. Mr Heng was delivering the sixth and final speech in a series of national ministerial broadcasts on Singapore’s post-COVID-19 future. “Our economy will emerge stronger, creating better jobs and business opportunities for all Singaporeans. And our society will emerge stronger, leaving no one to walk this journey alone,” he said. “We will emerge stronger as one people, our…

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Information Services Technology 

Osinbajo Urges Nigerians to Add Value Through Creativity, Innovation & Use of Technology

*Says university should not just be an incubator of ideas, but also provide solutions to the nation’s challenges *Adds university curricula must be versatile and dynamic to prepare students for the future to solve problems *Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies will change the way we work and our economies “Abundance of natural resources, even talents mean little or nothing unless we use those resources, knowledge and talents innovatively, to create wealth and opportunities. In other words, we must add value. Let me put it differently, the difference between poverty and…

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Rwanda inaugurates special centre for children to learn robotic engineering

Rwanda and government of Japan have inaugurated the first integrated science and innovations children’s centre- known as Keza Learning centre, which will groom and mould Rwandan kids into little engineers and future innovators in robotic engineering The Rwf50million centre located in Gikondo sector-Kigali city and named after the famous dream child-Keza was launched by Japan’s new envoy to Rwanda, Ambassador Masahiro Imai as public private partnership with ten private sector investors in education and sciences. The centre, with a programming and robotics workstation, nature studies, arts, culture and music school,…

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