NASFAT trains 50 young people in digital marketing

A notable Islamic organization, the Nasrul-Lahi-l-Fatih Society (NASFA) completed a six-week digital marketing training for youths and imams, as part of livelihood initiatives to reduce youth unemployment rate Nigerians.

The Society’s chief missionary, Imam Abdul-Azeez Onike, said the training which was coordinated by one of Africa’s leading integrated marketing communications agencies, Wild Fusion Digital Center, ended on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 with the presentation of the project by the graduates and delivery of certificates.

Fifty participants comprising of Muslims and Christians who took part in the training held in Lagos were exposed to various branches of digital marketing such as content marketing, email marketing, social media marketing , SMS marketing, search engine optimization and web development. Participants were also exposed to nine certifications across all areas of interest.

Onike said that NASFAT is poised to always complement the government’s efforts to reduce the youth unemployment rate as well as youth unrest by providing Nigerian youths and teeming imams with various skills relevant to the development of the nation. . He further added that the training initiative fits perfectly with the livelihood component of NASFAT’s HELD (Health, Education, Livelihood and Da’wah) program.

He confirmed that the 50 trained digital marketers will now complete internships at companies to further build their skills.

Cathy W. Howerton