April, 30 2022.
Minister of youth and sports development Chief Sunday Dare has said that with the coming of the young Nigerian oriented technology that make the work easier in the country Nigeria as a country have a brighter future in the digital economy.
He gave this assurance on Friday in Abuja when Zkyte technologies officially launched its APP known as BLEANQ, an innovation Put in place by young Nigeria that focuses on efficiency, proficiency.
Dare who was represented by his media Assistant Mr. Kola Daniel the launching of the app will go a long way to lead to change of things in Nigeria.
According to him, the clear mandate of our ministry is youth development and how youth can be empowered or developed through technology, we are in a digital economy today where everybody in the world wants to use digital to do one activity or the other.
“I can say here today that Nigeria is the next future of what we call a digital economy.
This technology we are talking about is youth driven, which means that more employment opportunities will be created, it has to do with economic growth, it has to do with creating ambience that will bring people from the street, which is exactly what Zkyte technologies is doing.
“Essence of this app is to create jobs, to make things easy for everyone, we are in a digital world where everyone is expected to indulge in productive activities and with the help of this digital app Nigeria will be more productive.
While talking, the initiator of BLEANQ APP Ayoola Dawodu said that the Bleanq products cut across a variety of Gold plated, Bamboo, Metal and Plastic cards. That's not all, the BLEANQ products also include wristbands and tags.
“The aim is to offer high quality services to Nigerians through latest innovations and to provide an efficient affordable IT partner and solution for all.
“In a country like Nigeria that we don’t have a centralize information that is digitize by the government, we need to provide system that easy for us it not a must that government do everything IT Companies can come together and creating this kind of solution, it will help Nigeria to improve on a global platform.”
He said there is no better way to solve Nigeria's problem than to indulge in technologies: “With the app, Nigerians can go to hospital without being present, you can communicate with your doctor inside your house, and your children can receive and do their assignment and submit to their lecturer without leaving their room amongst others.”
He said Nigerians can subscribe by going to www.bleanq.com and subscribe for the project.