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Edusko Launches An Education Marketplace, Rewards Parents With Cash Prizes

Edusko transitions into an education marketplace, rewards parents with cash prizes.

Edusko Launches An Education Marketplace

Edusko has repositioned to serve the larger education community in Nigeria and beyond with a better technology and seamless user experience.

This was mentioned in a recent event put together by the start-up to celebrate its unveiling of the education marketplace.

At the launch of the education marketplace, Edusko CEO, Mr Jide Ayegbusi, reiterated the startup’s commitment to serving the African education community with a better product and seamless user experience.

He said,

“The launch of Edusko 3.0 comes with a promise of a better technology, interesting features, amazing human faces and a seamless user experience.”

“To celebrate our new feat, we are rewarding Nigerian parents with cash prizes when they enrol their children in any of the vetted, good schools listed on Edusko. Parents and guardians can earn as much as N50, 000 when they enrol their wards on Edusko.”

Edusko currently has over 4,000 top schools listed on its platform and thousands of parents use the platform daily to make informed school choices for their wards.

To participate in the “Enrol and Earn” Promo, parents and guardians are advised to visit edusko.com and enrol their children in any of the schools featured on the website’s homepage that has the verified badge on their profiles. The offer ends on the 12th March, 2022.

Some of the participating schools include Meadow Hall College Lekki, Chrisland Schools, Preston International School Akure, British Oasis School Abuja, Alpha Beta College Accra, Showers Christian School Port Harcourt, Bethel American International School Ibadan, Ocean Crest Lekki, Greater Tomorrow International College Ikare Akoko, Global International College Lekki, City of Knowledge Academy Abeokuta, Canadian Bridge Academy Magodo and many more leading schools in Nigeria and Ghana.

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