UI STUDENTS ARRIVE IN BOSTON FOR HULT PRIZE 2017 SEMI-FINALS

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[Boston]–University of Ibadan students led by Amolegbe Abdulmojeed have arrived in Boston, United States for the semi-final of the 2017 Hult Prize competition.

The students under the team name, Fact Counts will be contesting in Boston region alongside 69 other teams from across the world.

The competition is expected to kick-start on March 4, 2017 1.00 am Nigerian time.

The Cable had earlier reported in January that ten teams had qualified from five Nigerian universities to compete for the $1 million grand prize in the global competition.

The Hult Prize is the world’s largest student competition for social good founded by Ahmad Ashkar in 2009.

The Prize, being a partnership between Hult International Business School and the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) has since attracted participation from millions of students all over the world.

Stay with The Page for updates on the competition.




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  1. Babafemi Falayi

    March 4, 2017 at 10:29 am

    We are proud of them!

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