BrandArena: Glo Makes Learning Easier for Students, Launches Mobile Tutor

Monday 20 October 2014

Glo Makes Learning Easier for Students, Launches Mobile Tutor

Nigerian telecoms company Globacom has launched Glo Mobile Tutor a service targeted at secondary school students in Nigeria. The company said the service would empower the students and would make education more easily accessible.

According to the Sales Director, Glo 1 Enterprise, Bolanle Ogundogba: "Globacom is committed to the development and education of the Nigerian child. The Glo Mobile Tutor provides instant knowledge and puts the power of education within the reach of every child in all the 774 local government areas of Nigeria."

She explained that "Glo, having realized the relatively low literacy rate in Nigeria and Africa, due to deficits in educational infrastructure and insufficient manpower needed to impart knowledge, found the need to introduce this service with the application and contents provided by Roducate."

"The innovation is loaded with both West African and British Curricula and has been endorsed by the relevant educational bodies such as the The Joint Admis-sions and Matriculations Board (JAMB), the National Educational Research Development Council (NERDC) and Federal Ministry of Communication Technology."

Ogundogba assured Nigerians of Globacom's continued support for education because of its belief that good educa-tion makes a great nation and encourages parents and guardians to avail their children and wards of this laudable techno-logy with its pocket-friendly tariffs and rates.

"What we are witnes-sing here today is the continuation of an enduring and sustain-able strategy by Globacom to support the educational system in Nigeria and Africa and to improve the academic performance of our dear children. True greatness lies in the education of all."

"We are doing this across the continent as we build the best and biggest global telecom-munication brand focused on supporting our people with a reliable platform that will enable them to reach their fullest potentials."

1 comment:

  1. A sort of initiate that a country like ours need right now