The third episode of MTN’s Nsindika Njake entrepreneurship show, which aired on Wednesday last week, was nothing short of beautiful in terms of the production’s content and cinematography.
The spunky Dianah Nabatanzi, who hosts the event, is always a sight to behold.
The show caught outrageously inventive and inspiring business plans submitted to Radio Buddu in Masaka and Radio Simba in Kampala by ambitious kids in the hopes of winning cash prizes worth UGX100 million, thanks to Kunta productions’ superb lens.
In this episode, 11 young people with outstanding businesses were selected to participate in the entrepreneurship competition. Lusaka Apollo’s breath-taking and high-value sculptures, whose color brings nature to life, wowed the judges, allowing him to advance to the next round of the competition.
Kagezi Jovan’s invention of sawdust and waste briquettes, as well as cement-based charcoal stoves, made him stand out in the episode.
However, it was the company’s use of social media marketing, innovation, and socioeconomic contribution that made the difference. businesses to society, which influenced the judges’ choice of businesses.
This show is a must-see for every aspiring entrepreneur or business owner, since it dissects a variety of business ideas, including piggery, bricklaying, suit and clothing design, groundnut grinding, and shoemaking, which were all part of the third episode’s selection.
Aside from the show’s catchy theme tune, which would make the old crack their joints, the judges’ amusing banter is another highlight of Nsindika Njake, which I believe will keep you glued to your screen.