Team Nigeria with four female students from Princeton College, Lagos emerge winners of the 2019 African regional Technovation Contest, which held in Lagos.
The students developed an application called “Frostbits” to help curb obstructive parking in Lagos and across other states in Nigeria. Frostbits will leverage the use of location sensors, database and app inventor’s interface. User will be able to park their cars without worrying about interference from other drivers through the use of the app.
Their names are: Miss Tanyalouise Ekekwe, a grade 12 student; Miss Daniella Ekekwe, a grade 11 student; Miss Victory Yinka-Banjo, a grade 11 student and Miss Gbopemioluwa Olukoga a grade 11 student. They were able to win the 2019 African Regional Technovation Contest through the coaching of the school’s ICT partner New Horizons Computer Learning Centre.
Dr. (Mrs.) Dolapo Bankole, the Director of Prince Schools Education said during the event that their vision as a school is to bring up students with 21st century skills across science and technology, which will enable these students compete with other students abroad.
Mr. Tim Akano, the Chief Executive Officer of New Horizons Computer Learning centre said he is very delighted to be part of Princeton School Education achievement. He has great hope that they will do better and achievement more internationally.