He said that the secondary school students were future leaders and needed the training to be abreast of developments in the modern world.
Participants for the two-weeks training holding at Izom, a settlement in Gurara Local Government, are drawn from Suleja, Gurara and Tafa Local Government Areas.
“We are hoping that the training will help the quest for excellence and good performance in their external examinations, especially UTME,” Lado told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Gurara, on Thursday.
“I initiated the training after discovering that students from my area suffer some disadvantages when writing computer-based examinations,” he added.
Lado further said that the secondary school students were future leaders and needed the ICT training to be abreast of developments in the modern world.
The federal lawmaker promised to offer scholarships to the best among the participants, if he or she was interested in computer education.
He also promised to provide modern learning materials that would boost the academic stance of students in his constituency.