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Keystone Bank trains Port Harcourt youths on digital skills

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Keystone Bank, a leading financial institution, recently empowered about 30 youths in Port Harcourt with digital skills, specifically on web development and digital marketing.

The intensive training, which spanned several weeks, ended with a graduation ceremony on March 5, 2024.

According to the bank, the programme aimed to bridge the digital skills gap in the region, equipping young individuals with the necessary tools and knowledge to thrive in the evolving landscape of technology and business.

At the training, the participants, carefully selected from diverse backgrounds, engaged in hands-on projects that provided practical insights into the world of web development and digital marketing.

During the graduation ceremony, the Regional Head for South-South, Dr Eucharia Ken-Agbiriogu, highlighted the increasing demand for individuals with expertise in web development and digital marketing, citing the transformative impact these skills can have on personal and professional growth.

Dr. Eucharia commended the graduates for their dedication and hard work throughout the intensive training program. She encouraged them to leverage their newfound skills to unlock opportunities, drive innovation, and contribute to the digital transformation of the local economy.

On her part, Izore Bamawo, the Group Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications of Keystone Bank said the programme reflects the bank’s commitment to foster youth empowerment, entrepreneurship, and socio-economic development in the communities it serves.

“By investing in the next generation of digital talents, Keystone Bank continues to play a pivotal role in shaping a digitally inclusive future.”

“At Keystone Bank, we are committed to ensuring that Nigeria economy grows. One of the ways to do this is to invest in education of what can take Nigeria from where it is to where it ought to be in the comity of nations.

“We say Nigeria is the giant of Africa. For us to sustainably be the giant of Africa, we have to invest in key sectors that can ensure that we are not just giant of Africa today, but tomorrow.

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