As part of Airtel Nigeria’s Employee Volunteer Scheme Initiative, employees visited Kuramo College in Lagos and donated contemporary routers, each of which had 100GB of data and a two-month roll-over access cost.
Airtel’s Information and Technology team generously donated connection devices to students, aiming to empower them with enhanced digital connectivity. During the event, Seun Solanke, the Director of Information and Technology, emphasized Airtel’s mission to equip young minds with the tools to unlock a world of knowledge and opportunities.
Solanke expressed Airtel’s belief in going beyond being a mere smartphone network and providing people with a reason to imagine. By harnessing the power of technology and connectivity, Airtel enables young Nigerians to explore unlimited possibilities and create their own paths, evident in the rise of YouTubers, social media influencers, and other emerging roles.
He encouraged the students to make the most of the connectivity provided, using it to fuel their imaginations and access the right information and resources for a bright future.
The distribution of routers with data plans under the Airtel Nigeria Employee Volunteer Scheme reflects the company’s commitment to bridging the digital divide in the country. By ensuring uninterrupted access to educational resources, research materials, and online learning platforms, Airtel aims to empower students from all socio-economic backgrounds and enable them to leverage the power of the internet for their educational pursuits.