Following Ken Junior's drive to establish the Ken Saro-Wiwa Centre, it is now equipped with low-energy Aleutia computers, is powered by solar panels, and has an active workshop and training space.
On site there is a library with books providing both local and international perspectives, and an art gallery that houses revolving exhibitions of local artists. Street-facing space is rented as independent units for businesses, currently a pharmacy and a barbers.
The hub will hold regular discussions and hackathons that bring together the tech community in Port Harcourt. The ideas generated and incubated within this hub will shape future economy of the City.