UK cyber security applications for years 10-13 – let’s give Nigerian children a fighting chance!


See ehn, suffer full dis UK. If you don’t pay your light bill, no NEPA man wey you wan beg o. Dem go just cut the light FIAM! If you can fix weave-on anywhere for less than £35, maybe na carpenter wan do the hair. And tailors will charge you your mother’s left kidney for a simple skirt and blouse, but their tailor’s genes will still kick in: either one hand go long pass the other or dem go disappoint. These are people who we know cannot make heaven.

But by God, there are perks too! Police has never asked me for 50kobo, and there are opportunities for advancement EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK! The new government backed initiative is amaaaaaazing! Teenagers are being encouraged to register their interest in taking part in a cyber security schools programme being rolled out as part of plans to help the nation address the risk of a future skills shortage.

Not everyday, owambe, my people. Oyinbo children don full there already. Please register your child HERE>> Cyber Discovery.
Note: this is specifically for teenagers in years 10-13.

The average white child is not smarter than our babies. This website is full of stories about Nigerians doing great things. The difference is that the average white parent looks out for every avenue where their child can excel. This is what the future holds, and your child will be rewarded handsomely for their talent and skill. Na beg I dey. Sign up today.

Take an interest in what your child shows a natural affinity for. Our children will be the next pioneers of technology, arts, music, sport and finance. But only if we sit up and pay attention.

Loud it. Tell somebody to tell somebody to tell somebody. Preach it at your church and youth events. When you go by your friend’s place to eat jollof and dodo, LET THEM KNOW! Watch your children grow in confidence while becoming a name and a praise for their community.

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