According to Prince Olagunju, after careful cross-examinations of 19 applicants (the 20th person sent apology, she was sick) who made it to the final stage, we hereby officially announce the best four (4) finalists each in the two categories, namely: Growth and Idea Tracks.
In the Growth Track category, Muhammed mutiin Adewale Orunsolu scored 179.33 to emerge first while Hassan Mulikat Omobukola came second with 155.67. Idris Alao and Hafeez Oguntola settled for third and fourth position with 149.33 and 141.67 respectively.
Growth Track Kazeem AbdulJaleel was announced the overall winner of the Idea Track with 161. Kunle Sulaymon Adeniyi followed closely with 159.33 while Laja Olugbenga Moshudi and Sule Habib Ogirima came third and forth positions in the keenly contested competition.
Idea Track It would be recalled that over 600 youths with great business ideas participated in the 3rd edition of the competition, after which 20 best entries were shortlisted, ten each in the two categories (Growth and Idea).
While congratulating the winners, the Foundation boss said the competition intends to promote entrepreneurship skills among the youth to enable them to be self-reliant and become job creators instead of job seekers.
The presentation of prizes to the winners will be announced later…. Zakat and Sadaqat Foundation is one of the organs of The Muslim Congress (TMC).
The Renaissance News