Among fifteen Universities represented for the national level of Enactus competition of 2018, 8 Universities have qualified for the semi-final stage.
The 15 Universities were introduced along with the board of directors and business experts who served as the judges.
The presentation was unfolded with presentation of the Enactus teams from some of the Universities from the first round, presenting projects like how contaminated water can be purified by changing the orientation of the people concerning their source of water, training youths on maintenance of filtration process using method of BIOS to attain United sustainable growth and building a galaxy of innovation and also the creative use of waste material such as tyres to construct libraries and footwear for children who are less privileged with others coming up with other substantial.
The Country Director, Mr Michael Ajayi, while the result was about to be announced advised all team members and leaders present that no time spent in Enactus is a waste. He further said they should build relationships, grow the network and make connections.
There was also the SDGs Ambassador presentation tagged: “Facilitating National Transformation” which dished out seventeen goals pertaining to having a dynamic innovative idea.
After strict scrutiny, the announced result saw eight Universities qualifying for the semi-final of the 2018 competition.
Two league groups were created for the eight winning teams in which Covenant University, University of Port Harcourt, University of Agriculture, Makurdi and Babcock University are in one league while the Tai Solarin University of Education, University of Ibadan, Federal University of Technology, Owerri and Ahambu Bello University, Zaria belong to the second league.