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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

First Four Universities To Get Free WIFI Revealed



As an approach to help tertiary instruction in Nigerian colleges, Surfwella, a free Wi-Fi office, has said their administration will be made accessible in Nigerian universities beginning on Sunday, August 6. 

Olusola Bankole, the head promoting officer of Surfwella, said on Sunday that the firm would make accessible the free Wi-Fi in all college grounds in the nation.

As indicated by Punch, this is a piece of Surfwella's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity. It is an indigenous 4G administrator, Cyberspace Network Limited, and a stage for social and psychological processing. 

Bankole said: “The University of Abuja will be the first beneficiary, with the service scheduled for launch on the institution’s campus this week Wednesday.

“The usage is totally free. No payment, no subscription, no data purchase, and no need for modems. It is free Internet in the most useable form on the Wi-Fi.

“The Lagos State University will be next, followed in quick succession by the College of Agric, Lafiaji, and the University of Lagos.

“It is our own form of Corporate Social Responsibility. It is all about empowering the students to be globally competitive, and access to free Internet is the best way to empower the budding oncoming Generation-Z.

“The whole idea of this project is to ensure that future graduates from universities across the country will compete with their contemporaries from other countries of the globe. More so, the surest way to be an entrepreneur is to acquiring Information and Communications Technology skills.”

The rundown as assembled from the announcement is as the following: 

1. University of Abuja 

2. Lagos State University 

3. College of Agriculture, Lafiaji 

4. University of Lagos 

Governor,Akinwunmi Ambode said the arrangement of the free Wi-Fi was a piece of his organization's push to make the state work for one and all.

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