In a significant development for Nigeria’s tech and education sectors, the CEO of indigenous tech company Webon, Stanley Amaziro, recently paid a momentous courtesy visit to the Senate President of the National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS), Comr Felix Attah, at his office in Abuja. The meeting, marked by enthusiasm and forward-thinking, centered around the potential collaboration between Webon and NANS to empower students with essential digital skills. During their discussion, Amaziro and Attah explored the exciting prospects of partnering to provide training sessions for students, enhancing their digital competencies and preparing them for the rapidly evolving tech landscape. Additionally, they delved into strategies to transform the organization, ensuring it embraces technology and remains at the forefront of innovation.
President Attah expressed his gratitude for the visit, emphasizing the significance of the newfound collaboration. He hailed it as a remarkable working relationship that would not only contribute to NANS’ growth but also underscored Amaziro’s status as an astute and innovative young Nigerian excelling in the tech domain. This meeting serves as a promising step forward in bridging the gap between technology and education, with Webon’s CEO leading the charge toward a more tech-savvy future for Nigeria.
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