Techy CEO speaks: My com­puter firm, Spro­tech, started from the bed­room

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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.

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