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Firm to reward intellectual bravery among kids

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Indomie2015Eight years after the Indomie Independence Day Award for Heroes of Nigeria made its debut, organisers of the event, are diversifying to reward intellectual bravery among the country’s youths.

The other two categories that would be awarded at the event, which is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of Dufil Prima Foods Plc, are physical bravery and social bravery.

The firm, which has bankrolled several educational development programmes since coming on board, in initiating the award seeks to recognize and reward brave Nigerian children who have excelled in different aspects of life.

Each winner in the three restructured categories (intellectual bravery, physical bravery and social bravery) in this year’s event, will go home with a cash prize of N1m.

According to the firm’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Deepak Singhal, the outfit was ready to invest more resources in the awards in order to encourage and reward outstanding kids as well as increase the number of winners expected to emerge.



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