Software Development Training, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State

Level: Beginner to Advanced

 

COURSE OUTLINE

Module 1: Introduction to Software Development

Objective: Understand the fundamentals of software development and its importance in the digital world.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Definition and Scope of Software Development
  • Historical Evolution of Software
  • Significance of Software in Modern Society
  • Key Concepts: Code, Compilation, Execution

 

Activities:

  • Case studies of successful software projects
  • Introduction to real-world applications

 

Assessment: 

  • Quiz on basic software development concepts

 

Module 2: Overview of Programming Languages

Objective: Explore various programming languages and their roles in software development.

Topics Covered:

  • Common Programming Paradigms: Procedural, Object-Oriented, Functional
  • Popular Programming Languages: Python, Java, C++, JavaScript
  • Use Cases and Strengths of Different Languages

 

Activities:

  • Hands-on exploration of basic code snippets in different languages
  • Research on language preferences for specific applications

 

Assessment:

  • Short presentation on the advantages and disadvantages of a chosen programming language

 

Module 3: Setting Up Development Environment

Objective: Learn the essentials of creating a conducive environment for software development.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Text Editors and Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)
  • Configuration of Development Tools
  • Creating and Managing Virtual Environments

 

Activities:

  • Installing and configuring a preferred IDE
  • Collaborative setting up of a sample development environment

 

Assessment:

  • Submission of a screenshot or video demonstrating a functional development environment

 

Module 4: Version Control Systems (e.g., Git)

Objective: Grasp the importance of version control and learn to use Git for collaborative development.

 

Topics Covered

  • Basics of Version Control
  • Git Fundamentals: Commits, Branching, Merging
  • Collaboration on GitHub/Bitbucket

 

Activities:

  • Creating and managing repositories on Git
  • Collaborative coding using branches

 

Assessment:

  • Submission of a collaborative project demonstrating version control best practices

 

Module 5: Basics of Algorithms and Data Structures

Objective: Develop a foundational understanding of algorithms and data structures.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Algorithmic Thinking
  • Common Data Structures: Arrays, Linked Lists, Stacks, Queues
  • Basic Sorting and Searching Algorithms

 

Activities:

  • Implementing algorithms in a chosen programming language
  • Solving coding challenges

 

Assessment:

  • Coding assessment on algorithm implementation

 

Module 6: Introduction to Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Objective: Explore the phases of SDLC and their significance in software projects.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Phases: Planning, Analysis, Design, Implementation, Testing, Maintenance
  • Models: Waterfall, Agile, Spiral
  • Role of Documentation in SDLC

 

Activities:

  • Simulating a mini SDLC for a small project
  • Analyzing case studies of successful SDLC implementations

 

Assessment:

  • Group presentation on SDLC models with a focus on real-world applications

 

Module 7: Basics of Testing: Unit Testing and Integration Testing

Objective: Understand the importance of testing in ensuring software quality.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Importance of Testing in SDLC
  • Unit Testing: Concepts and Tools
  • Integration Testing: Concepts and Best Practices

 

Activities:

  • Writing and executing unit tests
  • Collaborative integration testing on a sample project

 

Assessment:

  • Submission of a test plan for a small software project

 

Module 8: Basic Debugging Techniques

Objective: Learn essential debugging skills to identify and fix code issues.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Debugging Tools and Techniques
  • Reading and Understanding Error Messages
  • Troubleshooting Common Coding Errors

 

Activities:

  • Debugging exercises on sample code
  • Peer debugging sessions

Assessment:

  • Debugging challenge on a provided code snippet

 

Module 9: Introduction to Agile Methodologies

Objective: Explore Agile principles and methodologies for iterative and flexible development.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Agile Manifesto and Principles
  • Scrum, Kanban, and XP methodologies
  • Agile Roles and Ceremonies

 

Activities:

  • Simulating Agile sprints
  • Agile retrospective on a small project

 

Assessment:

  • Reflection on personal experiences with Agile methodologies

 

Module 10: Introduction to Web Technologies

Objective: Gain an overview of web technologies and their role in modern software development.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Basics of HTML and CSS
  • Client-Side Scripting with JavaScript
  • Overview of Web Browsers and Rendering Engines

 

Activities:

  • Building a simple static web page
  • Hands-on JavaScript coding exercises

 

Assessment:

  • Submission of a personal portfolio webpage

 

Module 11: HTML and CSS Fundamentals

Objective: Master the foundational languages for structuring and styling web content.

 

Topics Covered:

  • HTML Tags and Elements
  • CSS Selectors and Properties
  • Box Model and Layout
  • Semantic HTML

 

Activities:

 

  • Building a static webpage using HTML and CSS
  • Styling and formatting exercises

 

Assessment:

  • Submission of a well-structured and styled webpage

 

Module 12: Responsive Web Design

Objective: Learn techniques to create web designs that adapt to various screen sizes.

 

Topics Covered:

Media Queries

Flexible Grid Layouts

Responsive Images and Videos

Mobile-First Design Approach

 

Activities:

Converting a static webpage to a responsive design

Testing responsiveness on different devices

 

Assessment: 

Submission of a responsive portfolio webpage

 

Module 13: JavaScript Fundamentals

Objective: Acquire the basics of JavaScript programming language for dynamic web interactions.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Variables and Data Types
  • Control Flow: Loops and Conditionals
  • Functions and Scope
  • Error Handling

 

Activities:

  • Coding exercises for hands-on JavaScript practice
  • Simple interactive webpage development

 

Assessment:

  • Completion of JavaScript coding challenges

 

Module 14: DOM Manipulation

Objective: Understand the Document Object Model and how to manipulate HTML using JavaScript.

 

Topics Covered:

  • DOM Structure and Hierarchy
  • Selecting and Modifying Elements
  • Event Handling
  • Dynamic Content Updates

 

Activities:

  • Creating interactive web elements using DOM manipulation
  • Building a simple JavaScript game

 

Assessment:

  • Submission of a dynamic webpage with DOM manipulation features

 

Module 15: jQuery Framework

Objective: Explore the jQuery library for simplified DOM manipulation and AJAX requests.

 

Topics Covered:

  • jQuery Syntax and Selectors
  • DOM Manipulation with jQuery
  • Handling Events
  • AJAX and Asynchronous Requests

 

Activities:

  • Converting existing JavaScript code to jQuery
  • Building a small application using jQuery

 

Assessment:

  • Submission of a project demonstrating jQuery usage

 

Module 16: Front-end Frameworks (e.g., React, Angular, Vue)

Objective: Introduce popular front-end frameworks for building robust and scalable web applications.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to React, Angular, and Vue
  • Component-Based Architecture
  • State Management
  • Routing and Navigation

Activities:

  • Building a simple application with the chosen framework
  • Comparing the strengths and weaknesses of each framework

 

Assessment:2

Presentation on the selected front-end framework with a demo project

 

Module 17: Web Performance Optimization

Objective: Learn strategies to enhance the speed and efficiency of web applications.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Minification and Compression
  • Lazy Loading of Resources
  • Image Optimization
  • Browser Rendering Optimization

 

Activities:

  • Optimizing an existing website for performance
  • Analyzing and improving page load times

 

Assessment:

  • Submission of a performance-optimized web application

 

Module 18: Browser Developer Tools

Objective: Utilize browser developer tools for debugging, profiling, and improving web development efficiency.

 

Topics Covered:

  • Inspecting HTML and CSS
  • Debugging JavaScript
  • Network and Performance Analysis
  • Console Commands

 

Activities:

  • Guided exercises using browser developer tools
  • Independent debugging challenges

 

Assessment:

 

  • Completion of a debugging task using developer tools

 

Module 19: Accessibility in Web Development

Objective: Understand the principles of web accessibility and create inclusive user experiences.

 

Topics Covered:

Introduction to Web Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)

ARIA Roles and Attributes

Semantic HTML for Accessibility

Testing and Auditing Tools

 

Activities:

Adapting an existing webpage for accessibility

Conducting accessibility audits

 

Assessment:

Submission of an accessible web page with documentation

 

Module 20: Cross-Browser Compatibility

Objective: Address challenges related to rendering consistency across different web browsers.

 

Topics Covered:

Browser Rendering Engines

Cross-Browser Testing Tools

CSS Prefixing

Feature Detection vs. Browser Sniffing

 

Activities:

Testing and fixing cross-browser compatibility issues

Creating a compatibility matrix for a project

 

Assessment:

Submission of a cross-browser compatible web application

 

Module 21: Introduction to Server-side Programming

Objective: Understand the role and significance of server-side programming in web development.

 

Topics Covered:

Overview of Client-Server Architecture

Responsibilities of the Server-Side

Server-Side vs. Client-Side Execution

 

Activities:

 

Setting up a basic server using a chosen programming language

Hands-on exploration of server-side code

 

Assessment:

Submission of a simple server-side application

 

Module 22: Server-side Scripting Languages (e.g., Node.js, Python, Ruby)

Objective: Explore different server-side scripting languages and their applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Introduction to Node.js, Python, and Ruby

Use Cases for Each Language

Basic Syntax and Structure

 

Activities:

Writing server-side scripts in each language

Comparing the strengths and weaknesses of the languages

 

Assessment:

Submission of a multi-language server-side application

 

Module 23: RESTful APIs

Objective: Learn the principles and design patterns of RESTful APIs.

 

Topics Covered:

Basics of API (Application Programming Interface)

REST Architecture Principles

HTTP Methods and Status Codes

API Endpoints and Resource Design

 

Activities:

Designing and implementing a RESTful API

Consuming external APIs in server-side code

 

Assessment:

Submission of a well-documented RESTful API project

 

Module 24: Database Design and Management

Objective: Gain knowledge of database fundamentals and design principles.

 

Topics Covered:

Relational Database Concepts

Entity-Relationship Diagrams (ERD)

Normalization and Denormalization

Indexing and Optimization

 

Activities:

Designing a relational database schema

Setting up and managing a local database

 

Assessment:

Submission of a normalized database schema with sample data

 

Module 25: SQL and NoSQL Databases

Objective: Understand the differences between SQL and NoSQL databases and their use cases.

 

Topics Covered:

SQL Basics: Queries, Joins, Transactions

Introduction to MongoDB and Document-Oriented Databases

Comparing SQL and NoSQL Database Models

 

Activities:

Writing SQL queries for data retrieval and manipulation

Implementing CRUD operations using a NoSQL database

 

Assessment:

Completion of database-related coding exercises

 

Module 26: ORM (Object-Relational Mapping)

Objective: Learn how to map objects to database entities using ORM frameworks.

 

Topics Covered:

Introduction to ORM Concepts

ORM Frameworks (e.g., Sequelize, Hibernate)

Mapping Entities to Database Tables

 

Activities:

Implementing ORM in a server-side application

Comparing raw SQL queries with ORM queries

 

Assessment:

Submission of a project demonstrating effective use of ORM

 

Module 27: Authentication and Authorization

Objective: Implement secure user authentication and authorization mechanisms.

 

Topics Covered:

User Authentication vs. Authorization

Password Hashing and Salting

JWT (JSON Web Tokens)

OAuth and OpenID Connect

 

Activities:

Building a secure authentication system

Implementing role-based access control

 

Assessment:

Submission of a secure, authenticated, and authorized application

 

Module 28: Web Security Best Practices

Objective: Understand and implement security best practices to protect web applications.

 

Topics Covered:

HTTPS and SSL/TLS

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Prevention

Content Security Policy (CSP)

Secure Session Management

 

Activities:

Implementing HTTPS on a server

Mitigating common security vulnerabilities in code

 

Assessment:

Submission of a secure web application with documentation on implemented security measures

 

Module 29: Caching Strategies

Objective: Explore caching techniques to improve performance in server-side applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Caching Overview: Client-Side vs. Server-Side

In-Memory Caching

CDN (Content Delivery Network) Caching

Cache Invalidation Strategies

 

Activities:

Implementing caching in a server-side application

Analyzing performance improvements

 

Assessment:

Submission of a project demonstrating effective caching strategies

 

Module 30: API Documentation

Objective: Learn the importance of documenting APIs for developers and stakeholders.

 

Topics Covered:

API Documentation Standards (e.g., OpenAPI, Swagger)

Documenting Endpoints and Parameters

Generating API Documentation

 

Activities:

Creating comprehensive documentation for a RESTful API

Collaborative review of API documentation

 

Assessment:

Submission of well-documented API documentation for a project

 

Module 31: Building Full-Stack Applications

Objective: Understand the process of developing and deploying full-stack applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Front-end and Back-end Integration

Communication Between Client and Server

End-to-End Testing

Deployment Strategies

 

Activities:

Building a simple full-stack application

Implementing end-to-end testing

 

Assessment:

Submission of a functional full-stack application with documentation

 

Module 32: Microservices Architecture

Objective: Explore the principles and benefits of microservices architecture.

 

Topics Covered:

Monolithic vs. Microservices Architecture

Service Communication Patterns

Scalability and Fault Tolerance

Microservices Orchestration

 

Activities:

Designing and implementing a microservices-based application

Analyzing pros and cons through case studies

 

Assessment:

Presentation on the microservices architecture of a given application

 

Module 33: Containerization and Docker

Objective: Learn containerization principles and use Docker for application packaging.

 

Topics Covered:

Containerization Concepts

Docker Images and Containers

Docker Compose for Multi-Container Applications

Dockerfile and Container Orchestration

 

Activities:

Creating Docker images for applications

Orchestrating containers using Docker Compose

 

Assessment:

Submission of a project packaged and deployed with Docker

 

Module 34: Orchestration with Kubernetes

Objective: Understand container orchestration and use Kubernetes for managing containerized applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Kubernetes Architecture

Pods, Services, and Deployments

Scaling and Load Balancing

Rolling Updates and Rollbacks

 

Activities:

Deploying and managing applications on a Kubernetes cluster

Performing rolling updates and scaling

 

Assessment:

Submission of a Kubernetes-managed application with documentation

 

Module 35: Building Scalable Systems

Objective: Learn strategies for building scalable and high-performance systems.

 

Topics Covered:

Horizontal vs. Vertical Scaling

Load Balancing Techniques

Caching and Database Sharding

Handling Traffic Spikes

 

Activities:

Implementing scalable features in an application

Load testing and performance optimization

 

Assessment:

Submission of a scalable application with performance metrics

 

Module 36: Cloud Computing Platforms (e.g., AWS, Azure, GCP)

Objective: Explore cloud computing platforms and their services for deploying and managing applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Introduction to AWS, Azure, and GCP

Compute, Storage, and Networking Services

Identity and Access Management

Serverless Offerings

 

Activities:

Deploying applications on a chosen cloud platform

Utilizing cloud services for scalability

 

Assessment:

Presentation on the cloud architecture of a given application

 

Module 37: Serverless Architecture

Objective: Understand serverless computing and its applications in modern architecture.

 

Topics Covered:

Serverless Concepts and Benefits

AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, and Google Cloud Functions

Event-Driven Architecture

Serverless Orchestration

 

Activities:

Developing and deploying serverless functions

Implementing serverless workflows

 

Assessment:

Submission of a serverless application with documentation

 

Module 38: Continuous Integration and Deployment

Objective: Implement CI/CD pipelines for automating software delivery processes.

 

Topics Covered:

CI/CD Concepts and Principles

Jenkins, Travis CI, or GitLab CI

Automated Testing in CI/CD

Deployment Strategies

 

Activities:

Setting up a CI/CD pipeline for a project

Automated testing and deployment exercises

 

Assessment:

Submission of a project with a functioning CI/CD pipeline

 

Module 39: Monitoring and Logging

Objective: Learn the importance of monitoring and logging in maintaining application health.

 

Topics Covered:

Logging Best Practices

Application Performance Monitoring (APM)

Log Analysis and Visualization

Alerting and Incident Response

 

Activities:

Implementing logging in an application

Setting up monitoring and alerting systems

 

Assessment:

Submission of a monitored and well-logged application with incident response documentation

 

Module 40: DevOps Principles

Objective: Understand the core principles of DevOps for collaboration and efficiency.

 

Topics Covered:

DevOps Culture and Collaboration

Automation and Infrastructure as Code (IaC)

Continuous Improvement

DevOps Tools and Practices

 

Activities:

Implementing DevOps practices in a collaborative environment

Automation of infrastructure deployment

 

Assessment:

Presentation on the DevOps transformation of a given project

 

Module 41: Machine Learning Fundamentals

Objective: Develop a foundational understanding of machine learning concepts and applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Introduction to Machine Learning

Supervised and Unsupervised Learning

Feature Engineering

Model Evaluation and Metrics

 

Activities:

Implementing a basic machine learning model

Exploring machine learning libraries (e.g., scikit-learn)

 

Assessment:

Submission of a machine learning project with documentation

 

Module 42: Deep Learning Basics

Objective: Explore the principles and applications of deep learning.

 

Topics Covered:

Neural Networks Architecture

Deep Learning Frameworks (e.g., TensorFlow, PyTorch)

Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN)

Recurrent Neural Networks (RNN)

 

Activities:

Building and training deep learning models

Image and text recognition exercises

 

Assessment:

Submission of a deep learning project with model evaluation

 

Module 43: Natural Language Processing

Objective: Understand the principles and techniques of natural language processing.

 

Topics Covered:

Text Preprocessing

Tokenization and Named Entity Recognition

Sentiment Analysis

Language Models and Transformers

 

Activities:

Building a basic natural language processing application

Sentiment analysis on textual data

 

Assessment:

Submission of a natural language processing project with performance analysis

 

Module 44: Blockchain Fundamentals

Objective: Explore the fundamentals of blockchain technology and its applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Introduction to Blockchain

Cryptography in Blockchain

Smart Contracts

Decentralized Applications (DApps)

 

Activities:

Creating a simple blockchain

Developing a smart contract

 

Assessment:

Submission of a blockchain-based project with documentation

 

Module 45: Quantum Computing Concepts

Objective: Gain an understanding of the principles and potential of quantum computing.

 

Topics Covered:

Quantum Bits (Qubits) and Superposition

Quantum Entanglement

Quantum Gates and Circuits

Quantum Algorithms

 

Activities:

Simulating quantum algorithms

Exploring quantum computing frameworks

 

Assessment:

Presentation on the applications of quantum computing

 

Module 46: Cybersecurity for Developers

Objective: Learn essential cybersecurity concepts and practices for software development.

 

Topics Covered:

Threat Modeling

Secure Coding Practices

Encryption and Decryption

Penetration Testing Basics

 

Activities:

Implementing secure coding practices

Conducting basic penetration testing

 

Assessment:

Submission of a secure codebase with a security report

 

Module 47: IoT (Internet of Things) Development

Objective: Understand the development principles and challenges of IoT applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Introduction to IoT Architecture

IoT Protocols (MQTT, CoAP)

IoT Device Programming

IoT Data Management

 

Activities:

Building a simple IoT application

Integrating sensors and actuators

 

Assessment:

Submission of a functional IoT project with documentation

 

Module 48: Augmented and Virtual Reality

Objective: Explore the concepts and development techniques of AR and VR.

 

Topics Covered:

Augmented Reality vs. Virtual Reality

AR/VR Hardware and Software

AR/VR Development Platforms

Creating Immersive Experiences

 

Activities:

Developing a basic AR or VR application

Experimenting with AR/VR devices

 

Assessment:

Submission of an AR or VR project with user experience analysis

 

Module 49: Edge Computing

Objective: Learn the principles and applications of edge computing.

 

Topics Covered:

Edge Computing vs. Cloud Computing

Edge Devices and Sensors

Edge Computing Architecture

Edge Computing in IoT

 

Activities:

Implementing edge computing features in an application

Exploring edge computing platforms

 

Assessment:

Submission of a project demonstrating edge computing capabilities

 

Module 50: Cloud-Native Application Development

Objective: Understand the principles and practices of developing cloud-native applications.

 

Topics Covered:

Cloud-Native Architecture

Microservices and Serverless

Containers and Orchestration

CI/CD for Cloud-Native Development

 

Activities:

Building and deploying a cloud-native application

Implementing continuous delivery in a cloud-native environment

 

Assessment:

Submission of a cloud-native application with CI/CD integration

 

Module 61: Project Management Methodologies (Agile, Scrum, Kanban)

Objective: Understand popular project management methodologies for effective software development.

 

Topics Covered:

Introduction to Project Management

Agile Principles and Values

Scrum Framework

Kanban Methodology

 

Activities:

Simulating Agile sprints

Creating a Kanban board for a project

 

Assessment:

Submission of a project plan using Agile, Scrum, or Kanban methodologies

 

Module 62: Team Collaboration Tools

Objective: Learn to use collaboration tools to enhance teamwork and productivity.

 

Topics Covered:

Communication Platforms (Slack, Microsoft Teams)

Project Management Tools (Jira, Trello)

Version Control Systems (Git)

Virtual Collaboration Platforms

 

Activities:

Collaborative project management using tools

Version control and collaboration exercises

 

Assessment:

Presentation on effective use of collaboration tools in a project

 

Module 63: Effective Communication for Developers

Objective: Develop effective communication skills for clear and concise interaction within development teams.

 

Topics Covered:

Written Communication: Emails, Documentation

Verbal Communication: Meetings, Stand-ups

Active Listening

Providing and Receiving Feedback

 

Activities:

Drafting clear project documentation

Participating in effective stand-up meetings

 

Assessment:

Submission of a well-communicated project update

 

Module 64: Time Management and Productivity

Objective: Learn time management strategies to enhance productivity in software development.

 

Topics Covered:

Time Blocking and Prioritization

Task Management Tools (e.g., Asana, Todoist)

Pomodoro Technique

Avoiding Procrastination

 

Activities:

Creating a personal time management plan

Implementing time management techniques

 

Assessment:

Submission of a productivity improvement plan

 

Module 65: Conflict Resolution

Objective: Develop skills to identify and resolve conflicts within development teams.

 

Topics Covered:

Common Sources of Conflict

Conflict Resolution Strategies

Mediation and Negotiation

Building a Collaborative Culture

 

Activities:

Role-playing conflict resolution scenarios

Developing a conflict resolution plan

 

Assessment:

Submission of a conflict resolution case study with proposed solutions

 

Module 66: Presentation Skills

Objective: Enhance presentation skills for effective communication with team members and stakeholders.

 

Topics Covered:

Structuring a Presentation

Creating Engaging Slides

Public Speaking Techniques

Handling Q&A Sessions

 

Activities:

Delivering technical presentations

Peer review and feedback sessions

 

Assessment:

Presentation of a technical topic with audience engagement

 

Module 67: Client Communication and Management

Objective: Develop skills to effectively communicate with clients and manage client expectations.

 

Topics Covered:

Client Communication Strategies

Managing Client Expectations

Handling Client Feedback

Building Long-Term Client Relationships

 

Activities:

Simulating client meetings and negotiations

Drafting professional client communications

 

Assessment:

Submission of a client communication plan

 

Module 68: Stakeholder Engagement

Objective: Learn strategies for engaging and managing stakeholders throughout a project.

 

Topics Covered:

Identifying Stakeholders

Stakeholder Analysis

Effective Communication with Stakeholders

Managing Stakeholder Expectations

 

Activities:

Stakeholder mapping exercise

Drafting a stakeholder engagement plan

 

Assessment:

Submission of a stakeholder engagement strategy for a project

 

Module 69: Problem Solving and Decision Making

Objective: Develop problem-solving and decision-making skills for effective software development.

 

Topics Covered:

Analytical Problem Solving

Decision-Making Models

Evaluating Options and Risks

Group Decision Making

Activities:

Group problem-solving exercises

Simulating decision-making scenarios

 

Assessment:

Submission of a problem-solving and decision-making analysis

 

Module 70: Critical Thinking

Objective: Cultivate critical thinking skills to analyze and solve complex problems in software development.

 

Topics Covered:

Definition and Importance of Critical Thinking

Logical Reasoning

Creative Thinking Techniques

Evaluating Evidence and Arguments

 

Activities:

Analyzing and critiquing code

Applying critical thinking to real-world scenarios

 

Assessment:

Submission of a critical thinking analysis on a software development challenge

 

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69, Abak Road, by Udo Abasi Street, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
(First Floor, LG Building, beside Pepperoni)

 

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