The Computerize Nigeria Project, CNP, has rolled out a nationwide road show designed to put PCs in the hands many Nigerians across the country at affordable prices..

The road show, rolled out in two phases, according to CNP,  would ensure a truly national participation in the recently launched 750,000 Laptops Project for Nigerians.

Although mos other states state capitals are on the route of the current road show, CNP disclosed that  Uyo, Yenagoa, Port Harcourt, Kaduna, Calabar, Abuja, Owerri, Enugu, Ibadan and Akure. Jos, Kano, Benin, Asaba, and Lagos, are among the states currently being empowered.

The Head of Special Projects, Computerize Nigeria Project, Mrs Loretta Agbakoba  while kick starting the road show at the corporate headquarters of the Computerize Nigeria Project in Lagos last week noted with optimism that the road show will spread to other states across the nation.
She  that the project   was a direct response to the numerous enquiries that the CNP has received since the launch of the 750,000 Laptops Project for Nigerians.

According to her, the capacity building project is  patriotic in its reach and comprehensive in its offer. “CNP was reaching out to the working class and small businesses in Nigeria, in a way that has never been done before, with the 750,000 laptops promo. This road show, loaded with computer ownership incentives, would empower civil Servants (Federal, State and Local Governments), staff of organized private sector, staff of military and Para-military organizations, students and staff of educational institutions and cooperatives” she explained.

The project, she said was comprehensive in its offer as a result fact that it was first of it kind in the history of IT marketing in Nigeria.


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