Hon. Tunji Olawuyi, the member representing Ekiti, Isin, Irepodun and Oke-Ero federal constituency of Kwara State in the House of Representatives, has revealed plans to use the Ajuloopin Tech Summit to take 300 youths in the constituency and 100 from outside his constituency into a tech journey.
The lawmaker’s aide on Humanitarian Affairs, IDPs, Migrants and Refugees on Information and Communication Technology, Taye Maxwell, announced this in Omu-Aran, Kwara State while speaking with the journalists.
He said that experienced tech professionals who will mentor, educate, and assist attendees of all ages would share their knowledge with no fewer than 300 constituents and 100 from the state’s local government areas of Ifelodun, Offa, and Oyun.
Maxwell added that the lawmaker wanted to prepare for the digital era for the youths 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).
According to him, by offering information on specific tech skills of interest, those attending will get insightful knowledge that will pave the way for a flourishing digital community and help shape ADEP 2024.
Maxwell also revealed that youths will embrace the digital revolution in Kwara South by learning from regional experts and contribute to creating a tech-savvy community focused on localising technology solutions.