Home IT/Telecom Zinox boss, Ekeh, donates modern tech centres  to Imo State University, St. Augustine University, Epe, Lagos
IT/Telecom - April 5, 2024

Zinox boss, Ekeh, donates modern tech centres  to Imo State University, St. Augustine University, Epe, Lagos

Philanthropist and Chairman of Zinox Group, Leo Stan Eke has donated a state-of-the-art training centre to Imo State University (IMSU), Owerri and St. Augustine University Epe, Lagos State.

Both centres named the Leo Stan Ekeh Foundation (LSEF) Centre was unveiled on Thursday, April 4, 2024, at a grand ceremony held at the respective institutions.

The two events were graced by their respective Vice Chancellors, DVCs, Senate and Council Members and very esteemed academics of the respective institutions.

According to a statement from the company, the LSEF Centre at Imo State University is poised to offer a range of training programs tailored to meet the evolving needs of today’s workforce.

These programs include the Finishing School, Entrepreneurship Boost Training, and specialized courses in Technology and Artificial Intelligence.

By equipping students with these essential skills, the centre aims to prepare them for success in their chosen fields and foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship.

The LSEF Centre in IMSU shall connect with accomplished private sector leaders  across the world who will, with the power of technology deployed at  the  centre, inspire and instigate a successful revolution in Imo state. Selected students shall have the opportunity to develop well-rounded skill sets that will propel them towards success in their chosen career paths.

The Vice Chancellor of IMSU Prof. U. U. Chukwumaeze (SAN) was full of praise for Leo Stan Ekeh for executing the futuristic knowledge centre, even as he also informed the full house of how the Zinox boss intervenes every time they need help, with the most recent support of a large number of computers for the institution to scale accreditation.

The St. Augustine University Centre, Epe in Lagos is a great display of the power of technology equipped with top of the range All-in-One Zinox Computers, Tablets, Smart Boards and much more.

In his vote of thanks at the launch of the Centre, The Vice- Chancellor – Prof Christopher Odetunde talked about spirituality of commitment from Chief Leo Stan Ekeh to lift the younger ones. This was a recent promise kept beyond our expectation and prayed that the country should be filled with persons like Ekeh.

Chairman of Board of Trusties of the institution Dr. Steve Omojafor who recounted Dr. Ekeh’s quiet style of interventions noting he was sure Dr. Ekeh would remember the institutions one day in his philanthropic ventures. He also stated that he was very happy and prayed God to continue to bless Dr. Ekeh even more.

The most interesting part of commissioning the two centres same day, within the same time was the use of quality Artificial Intelligence deployed at these centres and remotely powered from Zinox Group Headquarters (Yudala Heights) on Idowu Martins street, Victoria Island where Dr. Ekeh delivered his short speeches. He was consistent with his statement about his determination to build a new generation of Nigerians who will have the capacity to alter their destinies and defend their wealth. He also assured the management of both institutions that he shall turnaround the centres in two years as completed AI powered units such that every student before matriculation must spend eight hours at these centres.

Leo Stan Ekeh’s philanthropic gesture underscores his unwavering commitment to advancing education and empowering the youth. Through the LSEF Centre, he seeks to provide students with access to high-quality training and mentorship, thereby enabling them to unleash their full potential and contribute meaningfully to society.

“This centres embodies my deep commitment to nurturing the talents of our young people. By equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge, we can empower them to become the architects of a brighter future for Nigeria and Africa,” Dr. Eke said.

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