Entrepreneurial show evicts five contestants
Entrepreneurial reality TV show, ‘The Next Titan’, has had a rollercoaster of emotions from the viewers and contestants as five more contestants get evicted.
These entrepreneurs are Stella Okenwa, Oluwadara Olaifa, Mordi Onyeka, Henry Tezuegwe, and Kelvin Steve.
Though bringing their “A” game on the show and being remarkably impressive, they got knocked out due to stronger contenders.
At each of the board room sessions, the presentation to the judges and crossfire between both groups was intense. But, after the judges reviewed their given tasks thoroughly, the victor team got the spoils while the losing team nominated their teammates for possible eviction.
For these evicted contestants, the dream to win the N10million cash prize has been differed.
Nevertheless, they expressed utmost gratitude to The Next Titan for giving them the opportunity to have participated in the show as well as the knowledge acquired from the academy and its business leaders which would be applicable to their lives and businesses.
While Stella and Mordi are hairpreneurs with dreams of importing the best sort out human hairs, as well as revamping and making their own Nigerian made wigs, Oluwadara is the Chief Executive Officer, Smart Homes energy solutions, a power provider that offers power as a service and gives users the ability to monitor their homes and businesses from a smartphone anywhere in the world.
Henry is the founder of Hybrid Electric Power Solution Unit (HEPSU), a battery-powered electric generator of the present day innovation that generates electricity without the use of fossil fuel and without having to use external sources of power (sun intensity, water volume, wind velocity, biomass).
While Kelvin on the other hand is the founder of Eco-Energy Africa, a technology-based company that focuses on converting agricultural and domestic waste into biofuels such as charcoal briquettes.
According to the organisers, The Next Titan’s vision to curb the unemployment rate in the country as well as make an impact in the lives of every contestant who comes on the show.
General Manager, Haven Homes, Ufuoma Ilensanmi, who spoke on a national television programme, stressed the importance of the government empowering the present-day youths as well as the impact of The Next Titan on the present economy.
Haven Homes, who is an Associate sponsor of the show, expressed commitment in identifying with youths due to their resilience and will to achieve and succeed.