"There has been a lot of demand, since the first day. If my memory serves me right, more than 4,000 people have been here just looking for our services", he said, speaking to Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA).
Among the most sought after courses are computer repair and user optics informatics.
The first national secretary of JMPLA, Crispiniano dos Santos, who visited the center this Tuesday, considered that Digital.AO will provide training for young people as well as open new doors for job creation.
"From this project, young people here have opportunities to open or create their own business. This is also a way of reducing the insufficiency of job demand among young Angolans", he admitted, quoted by RNA.
In turn, Áurea Damião, assistant coordinator of the group of young university women, classified the center as an asset and that it will help young people to expand their business through technological platforms: "They show their businesses from their digital pages Today the world is very digital, very global, very computerized, it is no longer necessary to leave the house to purchase a good, whether food or not. There are many young people selling their products on websites".
The technological side was also highlighted by Nilton Pimba, vice president of the association of students of private universities in Angola, who quoted by RNA, said that students will "explore the technological opportunities that we have seen here".
Remember that the technology center was inaugurated on the 18th of January by the President of the Republic.