- A young Nigerian man gave expression to his creativity as he built an app that eases communication between lecturers and students
- Instead of using noticeboards and posters for timetables and other information, everything could be coordinated through the app
- The 21-year-old stated that the app will go a long way in helping lecturers and school admins in their official affairs
A 21-year-old Nigerian man, Suleiman Babangida, has developed an app for Nigerian universities to help with their administrative works.
In a message sent to Legit.ng, he revealed that the world needs to know about it. He said that the application allows lecturers to get information to students without them having to use notice boards.
Easy to access timetables
Apart from that, the app also has the functions to enable students to have their timetable on their phone screens without having to rush to the department, especially at times when the curiosity of exams timetable release is in the air.
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In series of photos sent to our inbox, the app has categories such as Students, Faculties, Documents, Lecturers to allow users easy navigation in getting resources.
A user-friendly interface
Another screenshot shows notifications from a beta-testing session where arranged discussion between an admin and students took place.
On the app also, students’ profiles can easily be pulled up to see the courses they are taking and other necessary important details.
Nigerian student builds car
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a video making the rounds that was posted on Instagram claimed that a Nigerian student of Federal University of Technology Minna (FUTMINNA) built a car for his final year project.
A voice in the video asked the man if it was his final project. Afterwards, he said an effort would be made to send it to the Instagram blog for wide outreach.
In the clip, the automobile is named Merczy. The car has an intimidating wide front like an Escalade.
A teen built toy cars
In other news, the story of 15-year-old Ikechukwu Divine Oramife shows that Nigeria is blessed with amazing human resources.
In a video interview, the boy showcased the toy cars he has made so far with local materials. He even built an excavator prototype.
The teenager said he will love to go to school and become an automobile engineer so he can improve his craft.