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LiveWIRE Nigeria beneficiaries have gone on to further excel. Two won the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Entrepreneurship Award. Another two beneficiaries won the LiveWIRE International “Go and Trade Enterprise Linkage Award” (2010) which enabled them make international trade visits to London, UK and Dubai, UAE.

Shell LiveWIRE Nigeria – Juliet Olokor’s story.

Juliet Olokor - Furniture maker

Juliet Olokor - Furniture maker

Furniture maker Juliet Olokor describes how the Shell LiveWIRE program gave her the start she needed in business.

 

Watch Juliet explain how the Shell LiveWIRE program gave her the start she needed in business.

Shell LiveWIRE Nigeria – Abia Imo’s story.

Abia Imo - Film maker

Abia Imo - Film maker

Abia Imo, a young film maker and businessman in the Niger Delta, explains how the Shell LiveWIRE program helped kick-start his business.

Watch Abia explain how the Shell LiveWIRE program helped kick-start his business.

Shell LiveWIRE Nigeria – Joy Edojah Money’s story

Joy Edojah Money – Optometrist

Joy Edojah Money – Optometrist

Joy Edojah Money – an optometrist – describes how the Shell LIveWIRE program has helped expand her thriving business.

Watch Joy explain how the Shell LIveWIRE program has helped expand her thriving opticians business.

Shell LiveWIRE Nigeria – Diana Marcus’ story.

Diana Marcus - Beautician

Diana Marcus - Beautician

Beautician Diana Marcus explains how the finance and training she received from Shell LiveWIRE allowed her to grow her business.

Watch Diana tell her story.

Shell LiveWIRE Nigeria – Christy Obioma’s story.

Christy Obioma - Caterer & Event manager

Christy Obioma - Caterer & Event manager

Christy Obioma explains how the Shell LiveWIRE program helped her set up her catering and event management company.

Watch Christy tell her story

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The LiveWIRE programme has been expanded to cover the entire Niger Delta region, with emphasis on empowering young women. This model will be used to create employment opportunities for over 1,600 women and young girls between the ages of 18 and 35.