• Wednesday, July 17, 2024
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Glo rejoices with Nigeria at 60

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Globacom has congratulated Nigerians on their patriotism, hard work and determination over the years.

In a goodwill message to mark Nigeria’s Diamond Independence anniversary, Globacom enjoined citizens at home and in the diaspora to uphold these unique virtues to overcome the current challenges bedevilling the nation.

“It’s been 60 years of resilience, determination and a never-say-die spirit for Nigeria. For Glo, it’s been 17 years of imbibing and showcasing this same spirit to the world,” the company said.

The company noted that Nigerians have every cause to celebrate the numerous achievements, milestones and the country’s continuing status as one cohesive nation bound in freedom, peace and unity for the past 60 years despite its myriad of challenges. Globacom added that the nation’s composition as a country of over 300 peoples of diverse traditions, cultures, inclinations and beliefs should enrich and unite rather than divide us.

Meanwhile, educational institutions and students in the country are in for a good time as the company unveils a new service tagged Glo Smart Learning Suite designed to boost academic learning in our educational institutions, as well as meet the needs of the students in the country.

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Globacom, in a statement in Lagos, described the Glo Smart Learning Suite as a veritable platform for online education, adding that it facilitates teaching and learning as well as the school management.

“The Glo Smart Learning Suite is a customizable platform which offers rich features including live classes, online tests and examinations, performance reporting, course registration and blended learning (Online/offline). The platform will be customized for schools with their specified look and feel (colors and logos) at zero cost to each school and help students whose educational institutions are shut due to COVID-19 pandemic to fulfil their educational needs.”