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Lagos-based creative agency, X3M Ideas, has flagged X3M Tech, an initiative designed to equip the next generation of Nigerians with technological skills.

The agency flagged off the initiative to empower young minds with the essential tools and knowledge required to thrive in the rapidly evolving digital landscape recently at the Muritala Ajadi Animashaun Community Senior Grammar School in Surulere, Lagos.

A statement by the firm stated that the initiative was in furtherance of its corporate social responsibility and commitment to the corporate philanthropic gesture.

“Not less than 60 students at the school will be beneficiaries of the scheme, with X3M Ideas announcing that the 10 best-performing students in this year’s X3M Tech training programme will be rewarded with state-of-the-art laptops equipped with software and programmes designed to facilitate their continued learning and skill development,” it noted.

Addressing students, teachers and other stakeholders, the Group Chief Executive Officer and Chief Creative Officer of X3M Ideas, Steve Babaeko, said, “This project holds a special place in our hearts, as it continues our long-standing tradition of educational interventions, which we have proudly undertaken in partnership with the Lagos State Government for over 12 years.

“Our goal is to equip the next generation with vital technological skills that will enable them to thrive in our rapidly evolving digital world. We firmly believe that by investing in the education and technological empowerment of our youth, we are not only shaping the future of our community but also contributing to the broader progress of our nation.”

Babaeko, who is also the president of the Advertising Agencies Association of Nigeria, extended his appreciation to Governor Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State for his visionary education policies that had paved the way for initiatives like X3M Tech.

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