Global Wissen Consult, a digital literacy firm, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Baze University in Abuja towards empowering students with knowledge and digital skills.
The MoU was signed in collaboration with the Swedish embassy in Abuja.
Present at the event were Carl Michael Grans, Swedish ambassador to Nigeria, Cameroon, and Ghana; Tahir Mamman, VC of the Baze University; Ahmad Ibrahim Mani, registrar; and Aghedo Oshioreamhe, dean of students.
Also present at the signing ceremony was Nathalie Sundalin, a representative from the Swedish company.
The aim of the partnership is to “empower youths in universities with digital literacy, groom the top digital entrepreneurs coming out of Africa and place Nigeria on the global map of digital marketing.”
In his address, the VC reiterated the IT capacity of Baze University that “propelled it to soar above the challenges that confronted the educational system during the global COVID-19 by continuing with teaching in the lockdown.”
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