Peter Emmanuel

To revolutionize cybersecurity education and career opportunities, Klemweb partnered with the Department of Criminology and Security Studies at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, to conduct a training session on Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking on March 20th.

Klemweb enlightened enthusiastic students of the Department of Criminology and Security Studies, empowering them to pursue careers as tech experts and achieve their aspirations in the field of cybersecurity.

At the event, Mr. Adetoye Abiodun, the visionary Founder and CEO of Klemweb, spearheaded the initiative by granting scholarships to 10 outstanding students in the department. 

These scholarships were carefully crafted to support students pursuing courses in Cybersecurity & Ethical Hacking, underlining the pivotal importance of ethical practices in digital security.

The beneficiaries of these scholarships include Kayode Stephen Tope, Nureni Kazeem John, Olusori Oluwatomiwa, Omogbemi Ojo Oluwamayowa, Praise Akinwale Oluwaferanmi, Adesanmi Adelayo, Akinduro Deborah Temitope, Ekundayo Leah, Fateropa Adesewa Blessing, Ademola Olamilekan Temitope, and Oluwafemi DamilareIn an interview, Mr. Adetoye Abiodun highlighted that Klemweb is a registered ICT Institute offering opportunities in various fields including Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Digital Marketing, Data Analysis, Product Design, and Quality Assurance Testing. 

He noted that the organization’s vision is to train over one million youths, equipping them with in-demand skills to bridge the digital divide and address the growing technological needs in Africa.

Furthermore, Adetoye emphasized the urgent need for governments at both federal and state levels to invest in technology as a means to tackle the country’s challenges. 

He stressed that in the age of technology, governments must harness its power to provide solutions, drive economic growth, and propel the nation forward.

However, Klemweb extends an open invitation to all stakeholders, urging students, educators, industry professionals, and policymakers to unite in safeguarding the future digital landscape.

Klemweb reaffirmed its steadfast commitment to supporting educational institutions, nurturing talent, and fostering positive change in the cybersecurity ecosystem. 

Also, in recognition of his innovative empowerment and outstanding contributions to bridging the global tech gap, Mr. Adetoye Abiodun, CEO/Founder of Klemweb, was honored with an award during the symposium.

The event witnessed the presence of esteemed dignitaries including the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Yemi Ogunbadewa, the Head of Department for Criminology and Security Studies, Dr. Olakunle Michael Folami, and distinguished Professor from the Psychology Department, Prof. O.A Ojedokun, along with over four hundred and thirty students and youths in attendance.


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