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Sights and Sounds at the Enugu Social Media Job Fair

The Social Media Job fair Enugu which held from 18-20th June 2014, at Universal Hotel, Enugu and had in participation several young people who excitedly practised what it means to make a living using social media tools. It also exposed the millions of jobs organisations can provide if there are trained manpower to handle that front for them. 

We bring you some class room pictures for your delight. More details and pictures soon.









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