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IT skills compulsory for all students

By Elizabeth Uwandu

PROPRIETOR of Truis Computer Institute TCI, Mr. Olu Oduyoye, has called on Nigerian students to familiarize themselves with information technology skills, as it is a prerequisite to gaining employment in a global competitive world.

He made this known at the 13th graduation and  prize giving day of the institute, this weekend in Lagos.

Speaking on the importance of computer, Oduyoye said; “No profession can afford to ignore the computer and what it can do. There is virtually no area of human endeavour or profession that IT skill is not needed.”

“Hence, all Nigerian students irrespective of their educational background should acquire basic computer skill.”

He also urged the graduating students to make good use of the skills they acquired by exploring to great heights. “The beginning of noble career TCI has given you should be used to do good exploits and reach greater heights in the larger society.”

According to Oduyoye, TCI mission is aimed at providing quality computer education with appreciative management leadership training skills through its curriculum that leads to the acquisition of professional diploma and certificate in computer education.



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