We all know the kids have been on summer holiday for a few weeks but the leading ICT company in the country, MTN Nigeria thought to bring the holiday to a massive end with the biggest summer event Nigeria has ever seen.
Tagged mPulse Planet, the event will see the telecoms company launch a new proposition called MTN mPulse for children between ages 9-15.
Children have in the past been tagged the “leaders of tomorrow” but for MTN, the future is now. The internet and ICT in its entirety will play a huge role in what the children become and MTN mPulse is a step in the right direction the young Nigerians.
The proposition to be launched at the mPulse Planet is designed to prepare tweens and teens to take on the future, by equipping them with information and skills to help them achieve their dreams.
Set to hold at Landmark Events Centre on Thursday, 23rd of August, 2018, mPulse Planet promises to be fun-filled, and packaged for all participants to learn, play and shine.
It will be a day-long event, and will also have in attendance young Nigerians that are achieving notable feats in diverse fields.
Kareem Waris Olamilekan of Waspa Art, the youngest hyper-realism artist in Africa, who painted President Emmanuel Macron of France during his last visit to Nigeria, will be there to do some magic. Obaloluwa Odelana, the 13-year-old JSS3 student will anchor the Virtual Reality masterclass at the event. There will also be a levitating man, life-sized toys, holograms and lots of exciting games.
Open to all parents, tweens and teens between the ages of 9-15, attendance is easy and free. All parents have to do is register their children on the mPulse website, https://www.mtnonline.com/mpulse/.