Oba Olabode collaborate with PVA on ICT enhancement


In effort to enhanced the Information Communication Technology skills of sons and daughters of Imala Community,
His Royal Majesty Oba (Apostle) Moses Adelani Olabode Omola of Imala land in collaboration with Providence Vocational Academy (PVA) has declared that Imala Community would soon be connected to the world through ICT.

The Oba made this declaration over the weekend during an official commissioning of Providence Vocational Academy in Apata, Orile Idofoi, Imala.

Oba Moses Adelaji Olabode, represented by his Personal assistance  Comrade Oguntoyinbo Bolaji Johnson, thanked the management and Staffs of Providence Vocational Academy for siting the structure in the community said the 24 seater ICT Hub was a big plus for opening up the community to the global world.

The monarch said, it’s high time for Imala indigene to begin to realized what God is giving us in Imala, adding that youth would be able to set up a viable and efficiently operate their ICT business center, manage an internet Cafe and carry out video recording, editing as well as execute computer networking system anywhere.

He urged all Imala sons and daughters home and abroad to support this vision by donating generously towards the maintenance and further improvement of the ICT Hub and keep the dreams alive.

Speaking Pastor Cyril Isaac Elina, Head of Admission, Providence Vocational Academy Congratulaes all students, particularly Imala community for the opportunity giving to site PVA in the Community, saying that the vision of the institution was to offers technical and vocational training (TVET) to the community.

” We cannot be limited to just one skill. We are starting with Farm Management, Plumbing, Catering, Dress Making, Bead making and Information and communication technology (ICT) HUB.

The new training facility is designed to be a 24 seater ICT HUB when fully equipped to operate at it’s maximum capacity. Presently, it is equipped with essential facility and will provide 24 hours internet service to students, E-library and computer softwares for effective training” He said.

Cyril Isaac said the PVA would also enhanced the ICT skills, Graphics design, video editing, hard ware maintenance and networking, stressing that students would be equipped in Microsoft office at the PV Academy.

Appreciating the Royal father for the privilege to site the ICT facility in the community, Dr. Henry Ighalo said Imala community and his environs would immensely benefits from what the Academy would offered.

He said, Providence Vocational Academy is a Government registered institute under NBTE, saying that Imala students can as well registered students for NAPTEP examination.

He added that the dream is to expose students of Imala, Ayetoro, Olorunda, Obada, Owode-Idi Ayin, Imeko Afon Local Government to internet facility that would connect them to the world.

Dr Anthony Okojie, head of the institution said no knowledge is lost as the PV academy would train students and youth on wealth creation through the use of facility, advising them be good ambassador of the academy.

The event had in attendance Chief Oguntoyinbo Bolaji Johnson, Chief Samson Olawore(Apena), Chief Ajani Adetayo (Asipa), Chief Toye Afolabi(Ekerin), Chief Ishola Towolawi(Onlado), Chief Mrs Muyibat Mosaku(Iyaloja) and Chief Bashir Abdulahi(Baala).


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