Airtel Nigeria Donates Modern ICT Centre to Ijebu Community


Airtel Nigeria, one of the leading telecom brands recently donated a modern ICT centre to Ijebu community in Ogun. The donation is part of the brand’s CSR initiative, ‘Airtel Touching Lives’. By donating the fully equipped ICT centre the brand is trying to restate its promise to touch lives. They have done this by empowering the people of Imodi Ijebu community in Ogun State.

Airtel Nigeria Donates Modern ICT Centre to Ijebu Community

Airtel Nigeria Donates a Modern ICT Centre to Ijebu Community

Airtel Nigeria donated a fully equipped ICT centre to the community. They donated over 30 brand new computers to the Ijebu community. The computers are very modern and they are riding on Airtel’s robust 4G/LTE network.  The telecom brand donated the centre to help empower the members of the community. According to the brand, it was designed to foster digital learning and give the community unfettered access to information.  The telecom brand hopes the centre will usher in a new wave of innovation for the community in today’s technology-driven world.

Airtel Nigeria is very excited to offer opportunities that will help uplift communities, empower young people and transform lives. They believe that an ICT centre is critical to the success of a community and the development of both young and old because it offers a passport to the world. According to the brand, without ICT, a community will remain isolated, detached, removed, forlorn and hard to reach. They believe that the centre will allow more entrepreneurs to spring up. It will also allow the youth to become more productive and the entire ecosystem will blossom and become more prosperous.

Ogun State Governor Speaks about the ICT Centre

Ogun State Governor who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Olatokunbo Talabi spoke about the centre. He commended Airtel Nigeria for their generous donation. He stated that the donation is an opportunity for the community to grow in the areas of education and technology. Talabi appealed to the community to make proper use of the facility and see it as a means to explore and empower themselves through research, so as to stay relevant.


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