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ENACT Innovation Hub Completes Training Of Digital Skills For Businesses

ENACT Innovation Hub, Ajase-Ipo on Thursday completed training of Digital Skills for Businesses in the State.

The 20 participants who were chosen across the Kwara South Senatorial District were trained in group spanning the space of 1 week and were awarded certificates having satisfied the attendance, class activity, assignments, and testing requirements. 

Thereafter, the participants took a computer-based test that covers all the courses they have been taught since the commencement of the program. 

They were also presented with a sum of 10,000 Naira each, which was gifted to them by the founder of the hub, Engr Nurudeen Adeyemi Balogun. The honorarium was to cover transport allowances and others. 

The participants were thrilled and full of appreciation to the ENACT team and the founder. 

The representative of Ajase Ipo Descendant Union; Mr. Ibrahim Alarape who witnessed the event thanked Engr. Adeyemi for his vision and commitment to grassroots development through the ENACT Innovation Hub, Ajase Ipo. 

The Hub is the brainchild of Engr. Nurudeen Adeyemi Balogun It was unveiled last November with Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq commissioning the INNOVATION hub and praising the vision behind such initiative. The first set of participants of the hub were extensively trained on Digital Skills for Businesses.

The training is illuminating a revolutionary way of truly empowering our people from Kwara South. A clear departure from the usual unfocused the approach met on ground.

The participants also took turns to give insights on how they can solve problems that were thrown at them in form of case studies in what became part of their overall rating and testing.

Registration for subsequent sessions is open and ongoing. 

To participate, simply go to to register for this free, but very expensive training session.

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