Jetheights CEO, Ayo Alex Alao among South West, Nigeria’s Newly Inaugurated Committee On Digital Literacy

The CEO of Jetheights Services Limited, Mr. Ayo Alex Alao has been selected by DAWN Commission to be part of the committee that will implement its digital literacy project in South West Nigeria.

The committee, which is chaired by the immediate past Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research, Development & Partnership), University of Ibadan, Prof. Olanike Adeyemo, will work to upgrade digital skills level of young people in the six South West states in Nigeria.

Members of the committee were drawn from government, private sector and academic community.

About Jetheights CEO

Mr. Ayo, who is a member of the committee, is a Seasoned Management Consultant, Tech-Driven Business Strategist, and Life & Leadership Coach with over 15 years of experience.

Ayo is a highly sought-after Business Strategist and Catalyst who is passionate about improving individual and corporate organizations’ performance, productivity, and profitability both locally and internationally. Jetheights has serviced and worked with several top organisations and SMEs in over 30 countries and counting. He is currently the COO of Quikshopa, a Lagos-based, Nigerian multi-vendor e-commerce startup and one of the co-founders of SpeakersHQ.

Ayo has ongoing partnerships and sits on the board and faculty of initiatives such as ITFI (Inspiring the Future Initiative), 7-Eleven Foundation, South West Fashion Summit, Bezalel Skill Acquisition Centre, among others where he invests time in the development of emerging world leaders in different sectors. He is also the Founder of Jetheights Academy Africa, a platform for corporate Training and online courses; actively supporting & mentoring Africa’s next generation of leaders




Other members of the committee include Dr Niran Oyekale; Rev. Sunday Folayan; Dr Tunde Adegbola; Hon. Bamidele Faparusi; Mr Adebayo Akande-Mosope; Mr Olumide Babatunde Olawale; Mr Ayo Abiodun and Mr Akinkugbe Olumbe-Oluleye.


DAWN Director-General, Mr Seye Oyeleye


Inaugurating the committee on Wednesday, DAWN Director-General, Mr Seye Oyeleye, said the project was borne out of the need to prepare young people in the region for the digital skills level required to function and excel in today’s digital world, adding that the time for the project was now given the current reality in the global space.

“The world has changed. Many things that used to be fantasies and being watched in the movies are already realities staring at us in the face. It is no longer ‘business as usual.’

I am sure everyone here remembers how much we missed out of the first, second and third industrial revolutions; these are different periods of new technologies and innovative ways of perceiving the world.

These periods activated profound changes in social and economic structures; it is happening again. The fourth industrial revolution is driven by remarkable technologies like cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine learning and many more. These technologies are currently reshaping our world.

Interestingly, they can help us catch up with some of the things we’ve missed out on. In essence, this is to say that this gathering is of utmost importance, hence, setting the tone to acquiring relevant skills in this 21st century – It is just too expensive albeit unthinkable for us to miss out again,” he said.


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