DigiClan Africa hits the Oil Rich City of Eket.



Eket has over the years been known only for one thing – Oil.
Even Google has recognize it to be the home for top oil companies, the likes of Exxon Mobil, Chevron has an history here.

Though Oil is cool, produces cool cash and it proposes a sustainable means of living but times has changed and the world is experiencing a shift in every area. Even the economy has been affected and humans often seek for a diversity.

In view of this, DigiClan Africa, a community of digital media marketers, tech enthusiast and ICT experts who join forces to grow the ecosystem and add value to each other while also contributing to the digital economy, is set to be launched in the city of Eket.

DigiClan Africa, which had its inauguration in Lagos, by the Convener Ized Uanikhehi and a followed up launch in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State in November, 2017 is set to expand its reach to the Oil rich city of Eket after its leaders have observed the growing numbers of tech enthusiast and experts in the region.

The Akwa Ibom State Clan Head in person of Mr. Iam Etefia while speaking on air recently was asked the reason for the expansion, he explained that its time to take the digital gospel to the region because young people in the oil rich city needs to be a part of what has been going on in top cities in Nigeria and Africa by joining the community and adding new sets of skills to their skill set.

The event is set to hold on the 8th of September at KodeHauz, 38 Afaha Uqua Road, Eket, Akwa Ibom State. By 12:00 Noon prompt.




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