By Dayo Adesulu

IN order for Nigerian graduates to be globally competitive, Digital Bananas Technology (DBT) has said that e-work experience was pivotal.

Its Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Keji Giwa who disclosed this to journalists in Lagos said  their focus was to empower Nigerians with the right expertise and experience in digital transformation, digital marketing, cyber security, big data analysis, project management and business analysis and give them the opportunity to compete on a global scale.

According to him, over the last five years, the company had perfected innovative and pioneering e-Work experience platform to provide international work experience and on-the- job training.

He explained that the reason for the U.K company in Nigeria was to enable aspiring Nigerians build their digital expertise and work anywhere in the world, create financial reward and career opportunities at home and abroad.

He posited that as long as our youths can compete on a global scale, their future is secure and safe.

His words: “With over 4,000 success stories in the UK alone and now helping our candidates in Nigeria secure life-changing digital jobs abroad, we are setting our youths up for global success as we are now living not only in the digital age but a global economy.

“In 2017, the company opened its DigiHub centre in Ikoyi, Lagos allowing aspiring Nigerians with a minimum of bachelor degree to easily work in and collaborate with the UK, US and Canadian teams, using cloud-based project collaborative tools.

“Today, they are beginning to see the fruits of their work as candidates are now securing high paying jobs abroad directly from Nigeria.  One of the most recent success stories is a young lady based in Nigeria who just secured a Digital Business Analyst role with HSBC in the UK.”

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