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FinRik Academy and Owlet collaborates in a partnership that will improve ease of doing business for entrepreneurs

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Open source online marketplace for teaching and learning courses collaborations with fast growing online marketplace, Owlet to open up new opportunities for entrepreneurs to be able to teach more about there process on the Owlette platform weeks after exceeding 3million orders.

With Owlet focused on expanding the frontiers of opportunities for business sellers, investment seekers and social media influencers, FinRik Academy, a product of FinRik Technologies is focused giving instructors a platform where anyone can build courses on their preferred topics, with access to enabling tools that supports live classes, uploading prerecorded videos, pdf, offer quiz etc.

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Building learning culture is difficult when the environment is not conducive – Nestle Nigeria

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Building a learning culture in early childhood is difficult when the environment is not conducive.

This was stated by Nestle Nigeria through its Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Manager, Mrs. Victoria Uwadoka, on Saturday while commissioning a fully equipped block of 3 classrooms renovated in Salvation Army Primary School 1, Agbara, Ogun state.

According to her, the pupils will now enjoy a more conducive environment with the commissioning of the block, as this is part of a project comprising 2 blocks of 5 classrooms and a crèche.

She said, “Building a learning culture in early childhood is difficult when the environment is not conducive. This is why we are committed to improving facilities in the schools closest to our operations. Strong in the belief that access to quality education increases opportunities for a better quality of life, Nestlé Nigeria has invested in enhancing infrastructure in public schools, reaching over 4,000 children in Ogun State and Abaji in the FCT in the past 3 years alone.

“The company achieves its objective of building thriving communities in collaboration with the State Universal Basic Education Boards to support government’s efforts to reposition the education sector for improved performance.”

This fact was appreciated by the Executive Secretary of the Ogun State Universal Basic Education Board, Mr. Olalekan Kuye who said, “I specially commend Nestlé Nigeria PLC for this laudable intervention which complements our collective drive to further improve the state of our learning environment. These projects are also unique and in accordance with recommended standards.

“I charge the school, management committee and community development association and our esteemed learners to judiciously utilize and ensure that the buildings are well secured and preserved for continuous use.”

In his comments at the project handover ceremony, the Alagbara of Agbara, HRM Oba Lukman Jayeola Agunbiade said, “I am delighted that the commissioning of the classroom blocks renovated by Nestlé Nigeria is taking place during the celebration of my 5th year in office as the Alagbara of the illustrious Agbara community.

“I sincerely appreciate Nestlé for remaining a responsible member of this community, and for investing in improving teaching and learning facilities in Salvation Army Primary School among others. I am therefore pleased to receive this project on behalf of my people.”

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Tesla expected to build 300,000 vehicles in the first 9 months of 2021

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Tesla, an electric vehicle manufacturer based in California, is anticipated to manufacture 300,000 cars in the first nine months of 2021, according to Reuters.

Despite a global semiconductor scarcity, the vehicles will be manufactured at Tesla’s Shanghai facility.

Model 3 sedans and Model Y sport-utility vehicles are produced at the Shanghai facility for both local and foreign markets, including Germany and Japan.

China is Tesla’s second-largest market after the United States, accounting for about 30% of worldwide sales and contributing to the automaker’s record first-quarter car deliveries.

According to figures from the China Passenger Car Association, over 240,000 cars were transported from the facility in the first eight months, with many of them destined for export.

Tesla’s plant is projected to produce 450,000 vehicles this year, including 66,100 for export, according to the report.

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Twitter now lets you add topics to Spaces

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Twitter is adding another feature, “Topics” to Spaces. Topics will allow hosts to add tags to their Spaces to help users find their audio rooms easily. You can add up to three relevant topics so that like-minded individuals can find you.

The functionality is currently restricted. It’s only available to Android users, and there are only ten Topics in total that users can pick from. The Topics are only available in English. Twitter, on the other hand, claimed that iOS support is on the way and that the number of accessible Topics will expand “as we create together.”

Business and Finance, Music, Sports, Technology, Gaming, World News, Entertainment, Arts and Culture, Home and Family, and Careers are among the first ten Topics available on Twitter, which individuals may select to follow to get relevant content on their timelines.

 

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