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Vodacom Trains 25 Female Students on Internet of Things


VodacomVodacom Business Nigeria has trained twenty-five female students of Clemmy High School, Agodo-Egbe, Lagos, on Internet of Things (IoT) as part of its support for the Girls in ICT programme.

The students who were students from SS1 and SS2 learned how IoT is used in ensuring people’s safety and in securing property in today’s world.

They also toured the company’s facilities, exposing them to the importance of connectivity and data security to individuals and businesses in this milieu.

Clemmy High School emerged as winners of the App development and Quiz competition which was part of the Girls in ICT Day celebration last month, organised by E-Business Life.

Vodacom’s aim of training female students in particular is to demystify the myth that ICT is for males, predominantly; encouraging more female students to choose ICT as their course of study at tertiary levels of education.

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