Nigerian entrepreneur and former CEO of Konga, Sim Shagaya, took to his Twitter page earlier today to announce an ongoing startup which he can’t wait to share to the world.
According to the tweet, Mr Shagaya said he plans to create a platform that would change how Africans read, something he called uLesson and he seeks young vibrant mind who could join him on this mission.
What is uLesson all about? – According to the founder, it is a platform that will help students learn by providing contents for them.
We're on a mission to change the way Africans learn. It's ambitious. But so are we. And we need some pretty amazing people for a shot at success. Students will interact with our platform via video tutorials and tests underpinned by deep personalization and machine intelligence
— Sim Shagaya (@SimShagaya) March 15, 2019
How will uLesson work? – Mr Shagaya said that video tutorials and tests will be pinned on the uLesson platform giving, people access to consume its content. He added that he will be producing lots of high-quality videos in the coming months.
“We’re on a mission to change the way Africans learn. It’s ambitious. But so are we. And we need some pretty amazing people for a shot at success. Students will interact with our platform via video tutorials and tests underpinned by deep personalization and machine intelligence
“We are looking to produce hundreds of hours of very high quality video content over the coming months and years. And we are looking for people that hold themselves and their colleagues to equally high standards.
“We are looking for passion, commitment, discipline, focus and strong technical ability. If you fit the bill, we would be privileged to have you join us.”
Recall that Zinox Group acquired Konga in February, 2018. The news was confirmed by Sim Shagaya, who sent Leo Stan Ekeh of Zinox Group his good wishes.
— Sim Shagaya (@SimShagaya) February 3, 2018