Jimoh Bakare


Cell phone is seen as a powerful and useful tool for communication and storing of data, information and storing and dissemination of indigenous knowledge. This tool therefore needs to be properly maintained in order to continue serving the users in storing and preserving vital information and knowledge. Contents for maintenance of cell phone training curriculum are developed in this paper for training of individuals such as indigenous men and women. It was recommended that men and women should be trained using the developed contents and identified facilities for effective preservation and dissemination of indigenous knowledge and development.

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