The KIEK foundation is set to impact 1000 disadvantaged teenagers at the second edition of its Rural Area Children and Teenagers in Information and Communication Technology (Ract-in-ICT) programme.
Addressing a journalist during media briefing at the Foundation corporate headquarters, in Abuja, yesterday, the Executive Director and founder of the foundation, Barr. Mrs. Ebele Iyiegbu noted that “with the rising rate of poverty, insecurity and unemployment in Nigeria, the need to empower young people with basic ICT skills cannot be over emphasised.
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