MOK Foundation’s Beneficiaries Complete Two-Month Tech Training at ONEIH, Offa

MOK Foundation’s beneficiaries Complete Two-Month Tech Training At One Innovation Hub Offa (ONEIH), Showcase UI/UX Design Projects

The Muhydeen Okunlola Kayode (MOK) Foundation’s beneficiaries have successfully concluded a two-month tech programme at the One Innovation Hub Offa (ONEIH).

Four out of the ten April 23 beneficiaries showcased their UI/UX design projects, each presenting their innovative projects.

AbdulRasheed Hassan Opeyemi presented “Superway Grocery Store”, an online platform for purchasing groceries; Abdulsalam Quadri Oluwafemi showcased “Formulation Compass”, a project focused on product design and application development for an agro-chemical company; Bello Bashira Olajumoke’s project, “PharmBissy Tech”, is an online pharmaceutical company; Balogun Aisha Tinuola presented “Hotel Booking.Ng”, an online platform for booking hotel accommodations.

The beneficiaries’ projects demonstrated their proficiency in UI/UX design, as well as their creativity and innovation in leveraging technology to solve real-world problems.

Other beneficiaries are set to present their web development projects next Tuesday, showcasing the diverse skills they have acquired during the programme.

The MOK Foundation’s sponsorship of the beneficiaries at ONEIH has provided them with valuable opportunities to enhance their tech skills and gain practical experience in the industry.

The foundation’s commitment to supporting aspiring tech professionals in their journey towards success is commendable, and contributes to the growth and development of the tech ecosystem in Offa and beyond.

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