Techy CEO speaks: My computer firm, Sprotech, started from the bedroom
related services like computer sales and repairs.”
The firm which celebrated its 15 year anniversary recently still has challenges of funding and accessibility to products. “If we had more capital we would have expanded more than this; to get some products, we have to travel either to Lagos or abroad to get them,” he said.
Ibrahim said despite all the challenges his company isn’t resting on its oars as it has opened a new arm working to contribute in solving the lingering power crisis.
He said: “Under Sprotech’s sister company MSI Tech Plus, we sell all kinds of solar power panels, inverters and batteries. We will help you install and maintain them for up to a year.
“I can tell you that the business is good now since more people are turning to solar due to the power outage issue,” Ibrahim explained.