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THE PRESIDENCY, NATIONAL ASSEMBLY, SWEDEN, FIDELITY BANK AND, BAYELSA STATE GOVERNMENT TEAMS UP WITH SCHOOLTRY;NAN REPORTS

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The Presidency, National assembly, Fidelity Bank, Sweden and Bayelsa state government teams up with Schooltry to Deepen innovative education technology across schools in Nigeria.

In a report by the News Agency of Nigeria NAN; Sweden Reaffirms Commitment to Deepen Education Technology Relations with Nigeria

The Swedish ambassador to Nigeria Grans Carl-Michael speaking to the NAN newsmen “As Swedish ambassador to Nigeria we work with a lot of different projects on digitalization because it’s a huge problem for many countries ‘Sweden included’ and also of course for Nigeria with this huge population they have. When I learnt about this company ( SchoolTry) founded by a Nigerian in Sweden and working with Education and E-Learning I know that it will be very interesting for Nigeria to Look at because education is a National responsibitlty for Nigeria and also for Sweden”The Presidency National assembly Fidelity Bank Sweden and Bayelsa state government teams up with Schooltry

The Presidency, National assembly, Fidelity Bank, Sweden and Bayelsa state government teams up with Schooltry to Deepen innovative education technology across schools in Nigeria.

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Also speaking to the NAN newsmen The Executive Director Fidelity Bank, North Directorate; Hassan Imam discussing on the Decision of the Financial institution to partner with SchoolTry to promote growth in the educational Sector discusses further that “Digital learning is what we need to enhance the quality of education. This is why we are partnering with them to provide payment solution to using the  pay-gate and equally introduce them to some of our partners to patronize them; so they are up and running and i want to recommend the Innovative solution to both private and Public schools in Nigeria because SchoolTry has captured everything that we need on E-learning from the curriculum to teachers engagement and all aspect of that”

Meanwhile Mr Ismail Eleburuike, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of SchoolTry divulges to the NAN newsmen that the initiative started in 2018 “we try to use Technology to be able to transform the educational sector of Africa and starting with my home country; Nigeria. The percentage of students who aren’t of schools that is unable to adopt digital education are more than the elite schools that is why we as a SchoolTry company we are looking at servicing both the poor and rich on our platform to be able to transform education in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.

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