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FIIRO Presents Empowerment Reality TV Show for Youths in Nigeria


This is the FIIRO House project, an Industrial Reality TV Show inspired by Federal Institute of Industrial Research Oshodi and Lashone Links Communicated Limited to advocate for development of meaningful entrepreneurial culture and motivate young entrepreneurs towards evolving a productive economy by providing alternative but complimentary funding opportunities for investment in indigenous R&D technologies for job creation and national socioeconomic development. www.fiirohouse.com
 
The show is targeted at connecting and promoting the interest of Nigerian youthful population; especially the unemployed youth and prospective entrepreneurs in indigenous technologies solutions for manufacturing and production in areas of Food and Agro-Allied Processing, product design and packaging, waste to wealth etc. 


Anyone can register, Male or Female between 18-45 years from any of the 36 states and FCT, you do not have to be an existing entrepreneur neither is there an educational limit to registering. 


Prizes include
Start prize of 25 Million
2nd prize of 15 Million
3rd prize of 10 Million
For more information on the program, how to register and other prizes to be won; please visit www.fiirohouse.com

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