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July 17, 2017 10:37

Hi Tochi,
Great idea you've got, please keep it up!
I see you being a National Business person turning global.

I really love your long-term plan of going into biogas, that really great.
Overall, you're doing a good work for our beloved country, Nigeria.

Wish other youth too can dedicate themselves to transformation than corruption.

Kind regards my friend,
Seth

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July 17, 2017 10:23

Hi Nahashon,

Your project is very useful and important for its purpose. I wish you the best.

I however want to know who would be the ultimate benefactor of th project and what do the donors stand to gain?

Kind regards,
Seth

July 16, 2017 18:13

Hi Okullo,
Your idea appears great, attempting to promote intercultural via arts is very innovative.

I wish to say however that you should just try to include specific ways you intend to do that. How these arts -Music, Drama and Dance will be carried out and how the project will be sustained.

Any donations, contributions and all from members? Or registration fees from participants?

Regards,
Seth

July 16, 2017 18:02

Hi Hellen,
You have a very good idea, i personally believe this will create a massive change and cause a great impact in your country.
The world is going digital by the day and within a very short while it will be overtaken by it! Online Marketing is wonderful.

I just want you to think on this and perhaps come up with a response if possible...
1. There are so many selfhelp facilities available online about teaching people on how to fully maximise the use of online platforms especially for marketing, how is your idea going to be different from those anddo you think people would prefer what you're offering to them?

2. How sustainable do you think this idea will be, considering the 1st question above?

Again, i really like your idea, please keep it up!
Kind regards,
Seth

July 14, 2017 22:45

Hi Maureen,
I like the passion in your idea, you\'re really pointed at creating a change and transform your country\'s condition for the good of the poor. Wonderful!

I however would like to know how accessible these homes will be to those it\'s intended for - the poor? Is it just going to be free or it\'s going to be paid for?

Consider these too, if free, then how do you intend to sustain it? And if o be paid for, then how do you think these so called poor inhabitants would pay for these homes?

Also please what\'s the range of coverage you\'re considering, how many homes per year?

Hope to hear from you soon,
Kind regards,

Seth

July 14, 2017 21:24

Greetings Mallam Abdul, (if I may...)

I really like your idea, it sounds "local" to the bone...
I love the innovation you're bringing in and the passion you're putting in to your project.

I see you rebranding the "killishi" business and others, keep it up sir.

Sai Anjima,
Seth

July 14, 2017 21:07

Wow!

Lily, I'm intrigued by this project, that picture broke my heart (positively).
You've got a great concept and you've really being impacting lives please keep it up!

Kind Regards,
Seth

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July 14, 2017 21:00

Hi Hubert,

I really like your idea, it's innovative. I'm really wowed by the concept of initiating online presence for lessons.

I just wanted to ask, how would you measure the success of this project?

I wish you the best with this project.
Seth

July 14, 2017 00:59

Wow, this is good.
Your idea carries a bunch of creativity and innovation to empower African women differently.

However, I just want to know if it covers illiterate women too?

Kind regards sir,
Seth

July 14, 2017 00:54

Hi Amare,

You idea will do a lot good to your country and it's a good thing you've decided to take on with it.

Do keep it up,
I wish you the best

Seth.