Groups collaborate to empower Babcock students

An online group, WeChat, , as
well as some other organisations,are collaborating to provide career-counselling tips for graduating female students of the Babcock
University, Ilishan Remo, Ogun State.

The Regional Manager, West Africa, WeChat, Mr. Idemudia Dima-Okojie, made this known at
a workshop entitled ‘After Graduation, What Next? It is Limitless Opportunities.
According to him, there is the need for youngsters to embrace and incorporate the mobile app technology in their business plans if they are to become successful.

Dima-Okojie, who described the mobile phone business as one of the rapidly growing industries in the world, noted that the smartphone, for example, had taken over the lives of half the world’s population.
According to him, at least 50 per cent of the global smartphone users are hooked on touchscreens and mobile apps, due to its inherent benefits for business.
The WeChat app, he added, had been enhanced to help its users to interact with their customers and prospects.

“With these official accounts on our app, these organisations can now interact with their customers and prospects like never before.

Today, we have the likes of Etisalat, Airtel, MTN and many more on our official platform.
“With this feature, customers can now follow and interact with their respective telecoms service providers, make payments, listen to live radio and text into TV programmes and apply for jobs instantly.
All these can be done within the app, thereby helping the user to save the data consumed by using multiple apps and browsers to carry out these transactions,” he said.
The Founder of , Mrs. Tolulope Adedejian, said the organisation would assist in training females for more balanced homes and communities.
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