Nigeria has a lot of talents which needs to be harnessed for the benefits and development of the country.
He frowned that many Nigerians outsource software engineering works to people living outside the country, adding that most developed countries in the world today built their countries using indigenous engineers.
He explained that the software competition was aimed at discovering indigenous engineers who have talents, but do not have a platform and opportunities to express them for the benefits of the country.
Winners of the competition include Aliu Adepoju, from Lagos State, who emerged as the first prize winner, Kingsley Ogbonnah from Imo State who is the second prize winner, while the third prize winner went to Khadija Muhammad from Baze University, Abuja.
As seen on leadership.ng/news/