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DLAC, CITAD Hold Social Media Marketing Training

The Digital Literacy Advocacy Club and Centre for Information Technology and Development have held a social media marketing training on brand development and economic living.

The training which held on January 15th and 16th was faciliated by Ikechukwu Onyekwere and Olanrewaju Oyedeji.

At the event, Ali Sabo, who is represented Centre For Information Technology and Development noted that the Social media has become more important in ensuring development and brand growth.

He also noted that the Centre for Information Technology and Development is always ready to promote and support healthy discussions, trainings toward better usage of the Social media. Speaking also, Isah Garba from CITAD acknowledged the importance of Social media in development, business growth and job provision, noting that the CITAD is committed to ensuring that importance of Social media is better understood and maximised.

While speaking at the event, Ikechukwu who is a Digital Marketing Expert noted that there is an importance to take the use of Social media beyond just daily routine activities to ensuring better gains and at such there is a need to understand how to go maximise opportunities provided by the Social media. He also encouraged participants to apply what they have learnt into their daily lifestyle.

Olanrewaju also encouraged participants to begin to think about broader use of social media. According to him, it is importat that money is not just spent on data but also value should be gotten in return.

The event was held on Zoom and was aired Live on Centre for Information Technology and Development’s Official Facebook page.

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