The member representing Ekiti, Isin, Irepodun and Oke-Ero federal constituency of Kwara State in the House of Representatives, Hon Tunji Olawuyi, has announced that the Ajuloopin Digital Empowerment Programme (ADEP) will hold next year.
Olawuyi disclosed this in Omu-Aran, Irepodun local government area of the state while speaking at Ajuloopin Tech Summit- an event that was targeted at giving the youth of his constituency and beyond opportunity to make a living via tech.
“Today marks a significant step towards embracing the boundless opportunities that technology offers our community. With over 400 enthusiastic young minds gathered here, we embark on a journey of empowerment and self-reliance.
“In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, it is crucial for us to equip ourselves with the skills and knowledge that will shape our future.
“The 2024 Ajuloopin Digital Empowerment Programme will not just be a programme; it will be a commitment to fostering innovation, entrepreneurship, and progress.
“As your representative in the House of Representatives, I am dedicated to ensuring that our youth harness the full potential of the digital era. ADEP is not just a vision; it is a promise to provide you with the tools and resources needed to thrive in the dynamic world of technology,” Olawuyi said.
He explained that the summit was a precursor to the transformative journey that awaits his constituents.
In his address, the Kwara State deputy governor, Mr Kayode Alabi, said the administration of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq will continue to demonstrate commitment, support and partner with individuals and institutions that desire to improve the economic situation of the people.
Alabi said that organising the conference at this critical time is apt, considering the role of technology, innovation and entrepreneur towards socio-economic development of the country.