Tech-based institution graduates eight times in Ekiti

Alluvium University, Ekiti State Center graduated its first batch of technical engineers and programmers.

Graduates will work with the UK-based parent company, Alluvium International, in its provision of computer programming solutions for businesses and organizations across the world.

Speaking at the eight graduate ceremony in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital, the university’s principal founder, Jaytee Ojo, noted that the training was necessary for graduates to access the global market for over $1 billion for remote technical engineers. and programmers.

He explained that organizations around the world, especially in Europe, lack software engineers, which they source from other continents, adding that graduates would be recruited and work in Nigeria and earn their financial rewards.

Ojo, Founder of the Jaytee Ojo Foundation, said, “Alluvium University is committed to training graduates to become skilled and valued professionals and to providing promising young Africans with opportunities to pursue careers in the technology industry by as engineers or consultants. “

Regarding the choice of Ekiti for the location of the university, the founder revealed that the decision was to achieve a balance between city life and the serenity of the countryside.

He revealed that the graduates selected from over 200 applicants had been exposed to the required education and skills with necessary material support running into the millions at no cost.

The faculty consultant, Mobolaji Tenibiaje, said the founders’ vision was necessitated by the shortage of Nigerian engineers and technology professionals in the global technology market.

While commending the Founder and his partner, Wale Olojo, for their commitment and dedication to providing global opportunities for young tech engineers, Tenibiaje pointed out that young citizens of the state will now have the opportunity to change their unemployment story. .

Some of the graduates praised the institution for giving them the opportunity to learn the skill at no cost, expressed their willingness to work to provide technological solutions to the problems facing humanity across the world.

Some of the graduates who spoke praised the institution for giving them the opportunity to learn and acquire skills at no cost, said they were ready to work to provide technological solutions to the problems facing humanity worldwide.

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