Over 2000 University of Nigeria (UNN) students in Enugu state have been trained in emerging technologies.


Techy Jaunt and CP Hub Sahara, two tech-oriented organisations, hosted the training.

The training was titled “Beyond the Campus Walls: Building a Tech Career as a Student”.

Techy Jaunt is a leading community of tech enthusiasts who are onboarding and educating individuals in emerging technologies.


ICP Hub Sahara is the official hub for internet computer protocol in West Africa.

During a panel discussion at the training, Adedayo Adebajo, co-founder of ICP Hub Sahara, spoke on how to launch a career in tech.

He shared knowledge of the importance of a growth mindset when acquiring and developing new tech skills.


The chief executive urged the students to embrace continuous learning and adaptability in today’s rapidly evolving tech landscape.

Speaking to journalists after the event, he said the forum offered an opportunity for careers part for youngsters in the tech sector.

He said Techy Jaunt and ICP Hub Sahara’s collaboration exemplifies their dedication to empowering the next generation of tech talent and providing students with the knowledge, resources, and mentorship needed to thrive in the digital age.

The tech event was attended by key players in the ICT sector such as Okechukwu V.A, co-founder of Blockchain UNN Enugu.


Others are Dimeji Falana, CEO and co-founder of Edves, and Eliezer Ajah, the talent development lead at Genesys Tech Hub.

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