Recently, Nerata media solution launched a very brilliant idea for educational learning advancement tagged- Othello Text Project-OTP.
This event took place at La mango Restaurant Ikeja Lagos state amidst a press conference with an astonishing performance from GT Guitar Man, and an electrifying performance from Da Chronicles (Nerata Media Solutions Dance Group).
This initiative by the CEO of Nerata Media Solutions and coordinator of the laudable OTP scheme, Mr. Michael Adedeji is to position the DSELF programme in schools which has enjoyed an unbridled attention from the students over the years and warm recipients from the custodians of this institution. He however wishes to reach out to all schools through this simple texting service in other to provide a more practical aspect to what the teachers are teaching in classrooms in literature.
The DSELF programme which involves digitally projecting recommended waec literature text movies to students is one of Nerata media solution wonderful inventions. The DSELF programme has been on for ten years in schools in Lagos, Abuja and Ibadan; it has ensured that a better result has been achieved by literature student it has visited.
Nerata partnered with Vas2net Technologies to make this a very simply and fair competition, bringing up the code 35120 to participate. It involves a simple text message from any mobile network in Nigeria, texting Othello, school name and school location to the code 35120.
The whole team behind this project urges Lagosians and Nigerians to start texting as this promises to bring a memorable experience to the winning school, with a sensational performance from GT guitar man and also watching the movie of the book OTHELLO. It simply brings an edutainment approach to learning.
The industry watchers of the education sector disclosed that the schools should gladly take advantage of the Othello Text Project to empower their various students through the programme and put their schools in the road map of high record scores in the rating of WAEC, NECO and other relevant related exams for the Nigerian students at large.