Lagos Embraces e- Experience Solution
By Sampson Unamka

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Lagos State has pulled its’ weight behind the recently commissioned Digital Bananas Technology hub in Lagos, saying, “Basically what you are doing right now is complimenting the eco system that we are trying to encourage”.
This statement was made by the Lagos State Commissioner for Science and Technology, Mr Olufemi Odubiyi .
Odubiyi noted that the hub align with the vision of the state and that it would offer a lot of value to Lagosians”.
The Digital Bananas Technology hub (DBT) was commissioned at Onikan, Lagos.
The DBT is set to empower thousands of Nigerian youths in the acquisition of practical and relevant work experience within the IT Industry.
The Commissioner aslo commended DBT team for their efforts in adding value to the existing eco -system and
preparing Nigerians for the digital age.
Speaking earlier, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Bananas Technology, Keji Giwa noted that the E-work Experience program has spawned experts who have gone on to land lucrative positions as digital project managers and digital business analysts.
He said the focus is to empower Nigerians with the right expertise and experience in digital transformation, CRM, digital marketing, cyber security, big data analysis, project management and business analysis and give them the opportunities to compete on a global scale.
“Also DBT would be allowing aspiring Nigerians with a minimum bachelor degree to easily work in and collaborate with the UK, US and Canadian team using cloud based project collaborative tools. With over 4,000 success stories in the UK alone and now helping 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”.
Digital Bananas Technology has been in existence since 2012 and has quickly become famous for its e-work Experience solution. The e-Work Experience platform allows people learn, assesses their progress before letting them get their hands dirty by working on live projects.

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