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Dare2Dream Season 3 kicks off

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The Dare2Dream Team and main partners Imperial Leather, FCMB, Canoe, Wazobia TV and Wazobia MAX, met at Chocolat Royal on Wednesday to announce the airing of the 16 new episodes of Dare2Dream Season3.

The show, which aims to inspire the Nigerian youth would feature the Dare2Dream Campus and Bootcamp. Both programmes can be viewed via Youtube and other online platform.

DGMD Wazobia TV, Wazobia Max, Wazobia FM & Cool FM, Tatiana Moussalli, talking about youth talents, the importance of setting goals and hard work said that even when the contestants don’t win, they should keep working hard and never let go of the humility and determination to transform themselves from a young talent to an established personality.

Kemi Akintowu, representing the bank partner, mentioned that through the Flexx zone, FCMB created a series of online services and career programmes to support the youths. While Mannie Essien, OAP of Cool FM, a Bootcamp mentor and the presenter of the Grand Finale, pointed out that the show is not just a reality show, but a community project that links the untrained to the professional.

“It reaches countless number of women in Nigeria who by ordinary effort might not be able to explore their God given talent,” she said. A presentation of what the Dare2Dream initiative stands for was led by Caterina, showing the figures and success recorded over the years and what the contestants always stand to gain through a testimonial video from the contestants of the reality show

Mildred Baghaw of Imperial Leather explained that the master classes were designed to provide the girls with business insights and life skills that could be explored for their future and career development.

Josephine Eno, the Season1 finalist and Dare2Dream production team member for Season2 and Season3, shared how the project has evolved from a modeling contest in Season1 to a platform that truly empowers young people precisely transferring soft and creative skills that can be used to become a MSME (micro-small medium enterprise).

The project is growing since the past season’s finalists were surprised with trip to Milan for agency interviews and Vogue Italia feature on Dare2Dream this week. To read the feature log on to: http://www.vogue.it/news/vogue-arte/2017/03/22/kinabuti-dare2dream/. And to check the highlights of Milan trip log on to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNXjAdf_pUw

Other guests at the briefing, include Destiny Amaka, Mannie Essien and Maje Ayida



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