Four female students of Princeton College, Surulere, Lagos have emerged the African regional winner of the 2019 Technovation Contest which recently took place.
According to a statement on Sunday, the female students were tutored for the tech contest by New Horizons Computer Learning Centres Limited, the school’s Information and Communication Technology partner.
The statement also identified Daniella Ekekwe, Gbopemioluwa Olukoga, Victory Yinka-Banjo and Tanyalouise Ekekwe as the winners of the competition.
Findings made available to schoolworld, reveal that the students developed an innovative application, Frostbits, aimed at solving the manace of obstrctive parking in Nigeria, especially in Lagos which was part of the competition.
The organisers of the tech contest made it known that the app can easily park their cars without worrying about interference from other drivers, adding that the app came first in the Senior Division Regional 2019 Technovation competition.
Dr. Dolapo Bankole, Princeton Schools Education Director, while congratulating the students, stated that Princeton School is aiming at producing students with 21st century skills in sciences and technology so as to make them compete effectively with their counterparts in Europe, America and Asia.
Mr. Tim Akano, CEO of Horizons Nigeria, rejoiced with the Board of Directors and parents of Princeton School for the deliberate quality education the school offered.
“Princeton School is one of the topmost schools in Nigeria where parents who desire the best future for their children should patronise. The standard of education is high and very robust. We are happy to be part of their suvvess and look forward to even bigger international achivement in future together,” Akano stated.