2023 Session 35 Report: ICT

  • Itsekiri NextGen Project: 2023 Session 35 Report
  • Topic: ICT
  • Date: October 14, 2023
  • Volunteers Present: 6
  • Total Number of Attendees: 70
  • Timings: 09:00 AM – 1:00 PM
  • Venue: Former Caravan 4, Aja-Pessu (Pessu Town), Warri
  • Resource Person: Debi Amadedon


As part of our commitment to fulfilling the digital mandate, we continued our digital sessions to equip our NextGen participants with essential ICT skills, aiming to enhance their overall outcomes. The 35th session of 2023 was dedicated to Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

Session Delivery:

The session commenced with a participant leading the opening prayer, followed by the resonating sounds of the Itsekiri anthem that everyone enthusiastically sang along with.

Emmanuel Egbe conducted a brief review of the previous session, emphasizing the importance of patriotism in various aspects, whether as Itsekiris or as Nigerians.

Debi Amadedon, the session’s facilitator, took the stage to anchor the main session. He began by revisiting the content covered in the previous ICT session, providing a refresher for the participants before delving into the day’s activities.

Participants were tasked with turning on their personal computers (PCs) themselves, a task they executed with ease. Following that, they were quizzed on the components of a computer, and they adeptly named various input and output devices.

The facilitator introduced them to several key ICT skills, including:

  1. Text alignment
  2. Changing font style
  3. Changing font size
  4. Changing font case
  5. Applying bold, italics, underline, and colour to text
  6. Creating a numbered list

The participants took turns practising these skills, and it was heartening to see those who grasped the concepts quickly volunteering to help their teammates. This collaborative spirit and willingness to assist others showcased their strong teamwork skills.

Even though there were limited computers available for the session, the participants cooperated fully, ensuring that each person had the opportunity to practice and learn.

At the end of the session, a laptop was provided for each participant, and a typing exercise competition was conducted. Participants with the highest scores were rewarded with gifts.


  • Debi Amadedon
  • Emmanuel Egbe
  • Jolomi Tedeye
  • Ugbeye Roselyn Bemigho
  • Eworitsemogha Wyse

Other Key Activities During the Session:

Typing exercise competition

What Went Wrong:

Insufficient laptops for the session.

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