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Compulsory Standard Computer Centres

ICT expert wants standard computer centres in Nigerian schools

An Ilorin based Information Communication Technology (ICT) expert, Mr Tope Oluwole, has advocated the need for compulsory standard computer centres in schools across the country.

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