GOMYCODE - Enhancing EduTech In The North

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September 4, 2023
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3 min read

GoMyCode, a leading tech education company, proudly announced the official opening of its Abuja office today. This momentous occasion marks a significant milestone in GoMyCode's expansion to the north in Nigeria and commitment to providing cutting-edge coding and design education while fostering innovation in the region.

The grand opening of GoMyCode's Abuja office represents a major feat for the company. With its expansion to the North, GoMyCode is dedicated to empowering individuals with the skills and expertise needed to thrive in the digital age. With their new office located in the heart of Abuja, GoMyCode is strategically positioned to further strengthen their presence and mission in Nigeria and West Africa as a whole.

During the ceremony, GoMyCode's country’s director Babatunde Olaifa expressed his excitement, stating, "We are thrilled to be opening our Abuja office today. This expansion is a testament to our dedication in equipping individuals with the necessary tech skills to excel in the digital era. Abuja is a city brimming with potential and talent, and we are excited to be part of its tech ecosystem."

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As unemployment remains a significant challenge, particularly in developing countries like Nigeria; GoMyCode's tech space tackles this issue head-on by providing access to high-quality tech education and training. By offering affordable and flexible programs, where individuals can acquire in-demand skills such as web development, data science, artificial intelligence, and more. Furthermore, GoMyCode's progressive initiative addresses the issue of unemployment by enabling remote work opportunities through its focus on digital connectivity as well as online learning. GoMyCode's tech space places a strong emphasis on empowering women and children and bridging the gender gap in the tech industry. By facilitating access to tech education and creating a supportive environment, additionally, the tech space offers dedicated programs and resources for children, equipping them with essential digital skills from a young age.

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"By training and empowering the Nigerian youth, we will be enabling them to turn their potential into reality, while further bolstering economic growth, and fostering a culture of innovation." this was emphasised by the keynote speaker Mr.Inyene Ibanga the Lead, Corporate and Communications officer of the office for National Digital Innovation (ONDI) who represented the Director General of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) Mr. Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi;  who stressed on the importance of Hackerspaces to improve the economy of Nigeria.

With remote work gaining popularity globally, GoMyCode's tech space equips individuals with the skills necessary to secure these remote job opportunities, thus broadening the horizon of employment prospects especially in the advent of Artificial Intelligence.

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It is laudable to mention that the company has an impressive track record of empowering 20,000 students across various disciplines, equipping them with the necessary skills to excel in the digital landscape in nine countries namely; Tunisia, Nigeria, Morocco, Senegal, Algeria, Kenya, Jordan, Côte d'Ivoire and Egypt. The company is on a revolutionary mission to democratise education by empowering individuals with the skills needed to thrive in the current digital age. With a formidable extensive network of hackerspaces; GoMyCode currently has five physical spaces in Nigeria; Yaba, Ikeja, Festac, Lekki; in Lagos with Abuja being the latest of its accomplishments.

For more information about Gomycode's programs and the newly opened Abuja office, please visit their website at www.gomycode.com.

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