MTN mPulse 2.0 – What to Expect
MTN mPulse Planet made a debut in summer 2018. The first edition of the mPulse was graced by some notable Nigerian teens including the 13-year-old Obaloluwa Odelana and the 12-year-old Kareem Waris Olamilekan,
mPulse planet, as it is also called, is created for teens and tweens between age 9 and 15. The primary purpose of the event is to create an enabling environment for kids to get relevant skills while having fun all along.
MTN mPulse Second Edition
Just like the first edition, MTN mPulse 2.0 would hold this summer. The last year’s event was the biggest event of the summer for tweens and teens and this year’s event promises to be even better.
Teens can expect to have a much better environment to learn and plan in the mPulse 2.0. Also, lots of interesting games and activities will be featured in the event. For instance, the event will feature several cardio and digital games, freebies, engaging tech certified classes, to mention just a few.
What’s more! The 2019 MTN mPulse is completely free of charge. In other words, it is open to every kid. It promises to be fun, entertaining and educating.
Parents who want their kids to participate in the event are encouraged to register them in the mPulse Planet Seat and Tickets. The event will hold on Friday, August 23, 2019, from 10 am to 6 pm at mPulse Planet, Landmark event center, Oniru, Victoria Island, Lagos. The registration process can only be done online and offline registration will not be allowed. Also, note that the portal has built-in parental controls.
Furthermore, you can make an inquiry by sending an email to [email protected]. MTN mPulse is the right place to be for your kids. Parents who want their kids to learn relevant skills in a fun way can take advantage of this once-in-a-moment opportunity provided by MTN.