Indus-Mega Farms(IMF) organizes a Nationwide virtual competition tagged, “Smart Farmers Naija Lockdown.”
Among other series is the lockdown series which came into being after the lockdown of all tertiary institutions as a result of the fear of Corona virus infection. Many students have become the workshop of the devil during this period giving room for drug abuse, cyber crimes, rape and other forms of sexual vices. The last series was tagged, “Alone with the Judges” which took place at Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife Osun State, on the 1st of November, 2019.
The brand is dedicated to bringing back the interest of many young people in Agriculture.
Indus-Mega Farms has built platforms like this competition to rekindle youth’s interest in Agriculture.”
In alignment to the vision of the brand, we have adopted the strategy of using the largest viewed television program with the name, “big brothers naija lockdown” to name this year’s series .The registration of candidates commenced on the 23rd of August, 2020. Here is the theme of this years competition:
“Present an idea using slides and a compressed video clip, showing how to generate more than 15 healthy cucumbers from a single stalk in less than 71 days.”
The following are the special dates of the ongoing event:
Registration: 23rd of August, 2020.
Registration deadline: 3rd of October, 2020.
Submission: 3rd of November, 2020.
Results announcement: 23rd of November , 2020.
Cash prizes to be won include:
First runner-up: N50,000
Second runner-up: N20,000
Other benefits include:
- Full and gainful employment for the top 3 participants.
- Certificate of participation for the top 20 candidates.
- Consolation prizes for the top five runner ups.
- A day trip to one of Nigeria’s mega farms for the Winner of the competition.
Looking ahead, this ingenious attempt to obtain ideas from young Nigerian students will surely enhance their productivity during this lockdown period.
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Supported by Anambra State Students Association in Nigeria and Diaspora.