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Hello Aspiring Software Engineers, Get the Scoop on Decagon Institute’s Pay-After-You-Earn Training



Are you an aspiring software engineer but lack funds to get the adequate training for the career of your dreams?

We’ve got an opportunity for you to leverage on.

Decagon Institute, will train talented applicants for 9 months, even if they cannot pay upfront, and then place them in software engineering companies across the country and internationally.

As you begin to earn, a portion of you income is deducted to pay your training fees.

Sounds like something you’re interested in?

Get more details on Decagon Institute’s website.

Decagon Institute was founded by Chika Nwobi, a tech executive and investor behind top brands like MTech, Jobberman, Cheki, WhoGoHost and Babybliss.

1 Comment

  1. by_stander

    September 21, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    This technology people sha, they have come with another one again. Which one is pay-after-you-earn?

    So you mean for more than 50 years, this N20k minimum wage nation has been around, nobody thought about this as a way to spread education nationwide?

    but the Lawyers and Accountant can come up with education tax on top of which they said we have large high-school drop-outs or that do not attend at all. high illiteracy etc.

    You can not tell me this problems we are facing in this N20k minimum wage society are mistakes, They are deliberating making laws and policies that benefit their own pockets, not laws and polices that actually help us.

    A person that is collecting money to educate people has no incentive to educate anybody if they can come and be telling you, the people are not interested in the education. That money has become chop finish clean mouth.

    The sooner we make it a part of our constitution and or laws that anybody that infringes on the inalienable rights of another human being especially by creating a law or policy, will face serious consequences, the sooner we will be free from the shackles of these lawyers and accountants.

    Disregarding such laws alone (as stated in our constitution) is not enough (especially considering who is now responsible for making that decision) because people would have suffered without compensation sometimes even the suffering is generational, not to mention the long lasting psychological effects.

    I am telling you when it all comes to light the damage these two professions have done to us, millions of people will need therapy/counseling. I don’t even know how they can be made to compensate the whole nation, this is because i still have no idea of what sort of value they create.

    We desperately need a panel/ tribunal consisting of people from all works of life to look into what has been done to our society. Let us get a second opinion from other people in other professions on whether or not there is bases on which just two professions can continue to infringe on the inalienable rights of every other human being, even as the society continues to degrade.

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