Ten weeks after the fourth edition of the Next Titan TV Reality Show began, four contestants have emerged as finalists.
It is from among them that a winner will emerge on Sunday, at a grand finale holding at Oriental Hotel, Lagos.
Among the finalists are a baker, Adenike Ogundoro; a herbs and spice cultivator, Iyeh Kennedy; a shoemaker, Amaka Nworah, and Dioka Chiemeka, described as an ‘ecopreneur’ .
Apart from the N5m cash prize awaiting the winner, he or she will get a Ford car provided by Coshcharis Motors. The organisers, however, stress that, beyond such physical rewards, competing in the show has given the contestants a chance to experience what it takes to become a CEO .
“With every given task given, each team is faced with the need to put their best foot forward during the boardroom sessions with judges who are seasoned in business strategies and skills to help shape the young minds set to become entrepreneurs.”
While Heritage Bank as well as Sifax Group are the sponsors, The Next Titan is judged by the Chairman, Nigerian Economic Summit Group Mr. Kyari Buka; CEO, Sahara Group, Mr. Tonye Cole; CEO Primera Africa Securities Ltd, Mrs. Lilian Olubi; and Mr. Chris Parkes, who is the CEO CPMS Africa.
The Executive Producer on the show, Mr. Kayode Mide-Akinlaja, notes that the 12 contestants earlier evicted did also not go in vain as they gained the experience that will shape their business practices in the future.