Tony Elumelu Foundation, TEF 2020 Question List

TEF 2020 QUESTION LIST

Below is the complete TEF 2020 questions list. Go through them to have an idea of what to expect while filling the form. We advise you to go through them before starting your TEF 2020 application.

tef-2020-application-teepguide

Section 1

Getting to Know You

*1. My Name is

First Name

Middle Name

Last Name

 

*2. Gender

MALE

FEMALE

 

*3. I Was Born On

Date of Birth

 

*4. Country

 

*5. I live at

Apartment or House Number

Street Name

District, Area or Zone

Post Code

Country

Others

 

*6. Phone No. (Please enter your country code e.g. +234 or +254 or +250

before your mobile number)

 

*7. Email

 

*8. Secondary Contact or Next of Kin

Name of Secondary Contact or Next of Kin:

Email:

Phone No.:

Address:

Country of Residence:

 

  1. Your Social Media and Web presence?

LinkedIn

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

Youtube Channel

Web URL

 

*10. What is the highest level of education

 

*11. How many years of work experience do you have?

0-2 years

3-5 years

6-10 years

Over 10 years

 

*12. What is your primary skill set? ( Choose your top 5)

Accounting

Analysis

Art

Computer

Conflict Resolution

Contract Management

Critical Thinking

Data

Digital Marketing

Drawing

Information Technology

Legal

Listening

Medical

Negotiating

Networking

Project Management

Research

Sales

Software Development

Spreadsheets

Teaching

Time managment

Translation

Word Processing

Writing

Other (please specify)

 

*13. Have you applied for other grants from other Organisations?

Yes

No

 

  1. If Yes, name the organisation(s) from which you previously applied.

1.

2.

3.

4.

 

*15. Type of ID (Passport, Drivers licence, National ID)

International Passport

Drivers Licence

National or Citizen’s ID

Voters Card

Tax ID

 

  1. ID(Upload a scanned copy)

Choose File

No file chosen

 

  1. Picture (Upload a picture of yourself)

Choose File

No file chosen

 

  1. How did you hear about the TEFConnect Programme?

Social Media

Radio

TV

Through Friends and Family

An Association or Community

Newspaper

TEFConnect Website

I got an email

 

how to apply for tef 2020

Business Idea

The next set of questions are about your business idea and experience. You

are to choose the most correct answer.

 

*19. How many years of business start-up experience do you have (this can

be trading or anything)?

0-1 year

1-3 years

Above 3 years

 

*20. Do you have a Business Name for your business or idea?

Yes

No

 

  1. What is your Business Name?

 

*22. Is your Business Registered?

Yes

No

 

  1. Where is your Business Located?

Street Name & House No.

State and District

Country

 

*24. In which Industry is your business?

Other (please specify)

 

*25. In not more than 100 words, what would be the impact of your business

or idea to your immediate community or country?

 

*26. Which of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs)

does your business or idea support(Choose top your top 3)?

GOAL 1: No Poverty

GOAL 2: Zero Hunger

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

GOAL 4: Quality Education

GOAL 5: Gender Equality

GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation

GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

GOAL 13: Climate Action

GOAL 14: Life Below Water

GOAL 15: Life on Land

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

GOAL 17: Partnerships to Achieve the Goal

 

*27. Is your idea or business in your field of experience?

Yes

No

 

  1. If yes, how many years of experience do you have in the field that your

idea is in?

0-2 years

3-5 years

Above 5 years

 

*29. How many hours are you currently working on your idea per week?

0-2 hours

3-6 hours

7-12 hours

Above 12 hours

 

*30. Are you working with a team?

Yes

No

 

  1. If Yes to the last question, how many other than you are on your team?

1-2

3-5

Above 5

 

*32. Are you currently making revenue from your business idea?

Yes

No

 

  1. If yes, how much revenue are you currently making on the average per

month?

$0 – $20

$21 – $100

$101 – $250

Above $250

 

*34. Give a little description of your startup idea (or ideas). If you do not

have a final startup idea, then describe an industry or customer problem that

you might want to build a business around. (minimum 50 words and

maximum 500 words)

 

*35. Do you have a mentor

Yes

No

 

  1. If yes, kindly share the name and contact details of your mentor.

Name

Phone number

Email address

tony elumelu foundation 2020

Section 2

In each of the following questions is a statement. You are to select the best

option that describes your opinion of the statement.

 

*37. I tend to be cautious about happy outcomes

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*38. It is better to avoid conflict.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*39. I find change refreshing.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*40. It is better to be happy with what you have than try to achieve too much.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*41. People are generally honest.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*42. I prefer doing tasks using new methods

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*43. I get bothered with colleagues who are too negative.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*44. I can easily say no to others.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*45. I prefer being with people who hold similar values.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*46. I prefer working on new and different problems each time.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*47. I quickly start working on new ideas.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*48. I prefer planning ahead

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*49. I prefer to maintain formal relationships with people at work

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*50. I believe that it is best to keep one’s work and private lives separate.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*51. I prefer working on realistic ideas.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*52. I collect my thoughts before expressing myself.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*53. I do not spend much time thinking about how others will react to

situations.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*54. I would rather say what I feel is right.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*55. I do not mind bending the rules if necessary.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*56. I usually see things for what they truly are.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*57. I feel that my success is a result of my ability.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*58. I can easily guess what others are thinking.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*59. I feel comfortable being myself in the presence of others.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*60. I share credit with the others even if I did most of the work

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*61. It is okay to relax once in a while.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*62. I prefer routine over variety.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*63. I am usually indifferent to change

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*64. I would rather delay working on boring tasks.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*65. I would finish off existing tasks even if a new, interesting task came up.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*66. A risky task is usually not worth doing.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*67. When someone disappoints me, I easily forget about it

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*68. In meetings, I prefer to lead the discussion

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*69. I don’t always expect to be praised for my achievements.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*70. I go with the group’s decision even when I am sure that I am right.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*71. I prefer to work in a non-competitive environment

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*72. Most people focus first on personal gain.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*73. When wronged by others, I tend to forgive easily.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*74. I do well at jobs which involve regular interactions with others

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

  1. I am open to work with new ideas, even if they don’t lead to expected

results.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

*76. It is okay not to achieve everything one aims for.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

apply for tony elumelu foundation tef 2020

Section 3

This section contains some basic business questions, you are to choose the

best answer from all the options given per time.

 

*77. To start a business, the first thing you need is?

A Vision

An Idea

Money

Business Name

None of the Above

 

  1. What is your greatest reason for becoming an entrepreneur

To be financially free

Make the world a better place

To build a legacy

To fulfil my passion

 

  1. What type of economy allows the government to determine what, how,

and whom products and services are produced

Command

Market

 

  1. The cost price of 50 mangoes is equal to the selling price of 40 mangoes.

What is the percentage profit

30%

20%

25%

None of the above

 

  1. How do you balance your business, family and social life

Family first, all the time, what am I working for anyway

I don’t have a balance especially in the first few months

I always achieve a good balance each day

Work first, all the time, it provides for the family

 

  1. Any good business idea must make money.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

  1. To start a business, everyone needs 4 things in the following order.

Money, Business partner, Idea, Plan

Plan, Idea, Money, Office Space

Idea, Plan, Money, Partners

Partners, Money, Plan, Idea

 

  1. In December 12th 2007, Mohammed bought 300 units of Afrococo

Corporation shares @ $55 per share. On Dec 10th 2008, Mohammed sold

all his shares for $60 per share. What is Mohammed’s percentage realised

gain?

8.3%

-8.35%

9.1%

9%

 

  1. At the current stage of your business or idea, If you get the TEF $5,000

grant today, what will you do with it?

Register my business, buy the inputs I need for my business and save some for

weekly operations.

Save the money.

Invest the grant in a bank and use the interest to start my business

Buy more stock for my business, build a website for online presence, buy

accounting software, employ 1 or 2 more hands and save some for operations

I will travel to a Europe or America to learn more about my business idea

 

  1. Any good business idea must make money in the first year.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

  1. How is profit calculated?

Total Sales in one year / Total sales in a month

Total Sales – Total Expenses

Monthly Sales * Expenses

Sales – Expenses

6 / 8 75%

Prev Next

Section 3

This section contains some basic business questions, you are to choose the

best answer from all the options given per time.

 

*77. To start a business, the first thing you need is?

A Vision

An Idea

Money

Business Name

None of the Above

 

  1. What is your greatest reason for becoming an entrepreneur

To be financially free

Make the world a better place

To build a legacy

To fulfil my passion

 

  1. What type of economy allows the government to determine what, how,

and whom products and services are produced

Command

Market

 

  1. The cost price of 50 mangoes is equal to the selling price of 40 mangoes.

What is the percentage profit

30%

20%

25%

None of the above

 

  1. How do you balance your business, family and social life

Family first, all the time, what am I working for anyway

I don’t have a balance especially in the first few months

I always achieve a good balance each day

Work first, all the time, it provides for the family

 

  1. Any good business idea must make money.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

  1. To start a business, everyone needs 4 things in the following order.

Money, Business partner, Idea, Plan

Plan, Idea, Money, Office Space

Idea, Plan, Money, Partners

Partners, Money, Plan, Idea

 

  1. In December 12th 2007, Mohammed bought 300 units of Afrococo

Corporation shares @ $55 per share. On Dec 10th 2008, Mohammed sold

all his shares for $60 per share. What is Mohammed’s percentage realised

gain?

8.3%

-8.35%

9.1%

9%

 

  1. At the current stage of your business or idea, If you get the TEF $5,000

grant today, what will you do with it?

Register my business, buy the inputs I need for my business and save some for

weekly operations.

Save the money.

Invest the grant in a bank and use the interest to start my business

Buy more stock for my business, build a website for online presence, buy

accounting software, employ 1 or 2 more hands and save some for operations

I will travel to a Europe or America to learn more about my business idea

 

  1. Any good business idea must make money in the first year.

Strongly agree

Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

 

  1. How is profit calculated?

Total Sales in one year / Total sales in a month

Total Sales – Total Expenses

Monthly Sales * Expenses

Sales – Expenses

6 / 8 75%

Prev Next

ENGLISH

Section 4

This section contains some business and commercial questions. You are to

choose the most correct answer based on the information available.

 

*88. Kwesi lives in Ghana and just got his payout for his portion of his late

father’s will. He got a total of 4,000 Cedis. He invests 1,500 Cedis and 2,500

Cedis in property S and property T respectively. After a year, both properties

are now worth 2,150 Cedis and 4,800 Cedis respectively. Property T is in an

urban area and requires land use tax payment of 15%. Which of the

properties is likely to give Kwesi more profit?

Choose the best option

Property S

Property T

Both will give thesame revenue

None of the above

 

  1. Guide: The table below shows a sequence of alphabets;

XY AB AX

YZ BC BY

XZ AC ?

Which of the options below best fill the blank?

AX

CX

CZ

ZC

XA

 

90.

Guide: The question given below is based on the table. Read the table

carefully and answer the question that follows.

The table below shows some cost components of 3 products of a startup.

Product Labour Material Social Machine Rent Holiday

O 100 320 75 30 100

X 45 150 39 20 0

Y 400 1,000 200 150 150

Directors of the startup company are meeting to decide wholesale pricing for

the 3 products. Directors have decided 2 keystone and the following options

are on the table for the directors;

A: The wholesale price should be the sum of all direct and indirect costs

B: The wholesale price for each product should be at least twice the cost of

labour and material

C: The wholesale price should be at least the total sum of twice the value of

each cost component.

Which of the above is the best decision to take by the directors?

A

B

C

A & B

None of the above.

 

*91. Musa ships cars into Ghana, Nigeria and Benin republic from the

United States of America. The import duty costs are 10%, 25% and 12%

respectively for used cars from the three countries and 25%, 40% and 20%

for new cars.

He has landed a used Benz C300 and a new Toyota Highlander for $12,000

and $30,000 respectively. For how much should he markup the cars, if he

desires to make a minimum profit of 15% after giving a discount of 10% to a

reseller in Abuja, Nigeria?

$15,000 and 39,000

$15,600 and 39,000

$24,000 and 60,000

$15,000 and 37,500

$17,500 and $42,500

 

92.

Guide: The question given below is based on the table. Read the table

carefully and answer the question that follows.

The table below shows some cost components of 3 products of a startup.

Product Labour Material Social Machine Rent Holiday

O 100 320 75 30 100

X 45 150 39 20 0

Y 400 1,000 200 150 150

A: The direct cost of Product O is 495

B: The wholesale price of product X is greater than 300

C: The material cost of Y is an indirect cost.

Which of the above statements is incorrect;

A

B

C

A and B

None of the above

 

*93. The question given below provides a situation and asks you to make a

judgment on the basis of the information given.

A committee of 3 members for the education board is to be selected from a

pool of 6 prospective candidates A, B, C, D, E, and F. Candidates A, B and

C are male and the rest are females. At least, one of the selected candidates

should have a minimum of 10 years cognate experience in the education

sector. The committee should have at least one male and a female candidate.

Each of the committee members should have studied a different course for

bachelor’s degree.

Which committee would most likely be selected?

Committee A: Comprises D, E and F as its members. D is a doctor; E is a

zoologist and F is an engineer. F has been teaching at a high school for the last 10

years.

Committee B: Comprises A, B and F as its members. A is an architect; B is a

botanist and F is an engineer. A has the highest work experience among the three

selected members. Both B and F are serving in the educational sector for the last 12

years.

Committee C: Comprises B, D and E as its members. Each of them has served as a

teacher in school for the last 15 years. B and D are alumni of XL University. E is a

botanist.

Committee D: Comprises B, C and E as its members. Each of them has served as a

teacher in school for different number of years. B is a zoologist, C is an engineer and

E is a botanist.

 

*94.

The question given below provides a situation and asks you to make a

judgment on the basis of the information given.

Company X has a team of A, B, C, D, E and F among other staff members. A

team of 4 members needs to be selected for a client meeting from the listed

names. ‘A’ is the marketing head of the organization, who plans and charts

out the marketing strategies for the company. ‘B’ is the sales executive, who

has been in constant contact with the client regarding the requirements. ‘C’

is the CFO of the organization. ‘D’ is the sales manager and a direct

supervisor of ‘B’, who was also present in the previous conversations with

the client. ‘E’ is the content lead, who has to design the product as per the

client’s needs. ‘F’ is one of the content team members of ‘E’.

The meeting is with the CEO of the prospective client. Select the team which

should go to the meeting.

Selection 1: A team with A,B,C and D

Selection 2: A team with A,C,E and F

Selection 3: A team with A,B,D and E

Selection 4: A team with B, C,E and F

 

*95. Last year, Matthew bought two cars. This year, he sold both the cars for

$45,000 each. On one, he earned 20% profit, and on the other, he made a

20% loss. What was his net profit or loss?

Profit of $7,500

Loss of $3,750

Profit of $3,750

Loss of $7,500

 

96.

Guide: The question given below is based on the table. Read the table

carefully and answer the question that follows.

The table below shows some cost components of 3 products of a startup.

Product Labour Material Social Machine Rent Holiday

O 100 320 75 30 100

X 45 150 39 20 0

Y 400 1,000 200 150 150

Peter plans to be a retailer of product Y of the above startup company.

Assuming Peter uses 2 keystones, what would be Peter’s MSRP for the

product?

1,900

3,000

4,000

3,800

5,000

 

  1. Guide: The table below shows a pattern or rule of numbers.

3 6 2

5 20 4

? 42 6

Which of the following fits the same pattern or rule?

6

10

15

7

9

 

*98. Musa ships cars into Ghana, Nigeria and Benin republic from the

United States of America. The import duty costs are 10%, 25% and 12%

respectively for used cars from the three countries and 25%, 40% and 20%

for new cars.

Assuming VAT is the same in all three countries and Musa plans to buy a new

car lot worth $100,000 in three months for his business expansion. His

current car lot capacity in each country is 50 cars, but he has a credit facility

in the USA that allows him to ship as many cars as he wants. Musa has the

following options as a strategy to meet his planned target.

A: Import more luxury cars with a huge markup

B: Give discounts such that guarantees sale of at least 10 cars every week.

C: Ship 100 cars for the two months, lease space from his friends at a cost

and maintain the standard mark up

Which of the above options is best for Musa?

A

B

C

A & B

A & C

 

  1. The question given below provides a situation and asks you to make a

judgment using the information given.

You are the co-founder of company Y and need to hire an intern with some

prior work or internship experience and graduated within the last 1 year with

a score of at least 75%. The preferred candidate should have good

communication skills, be willing to travel at short notices and be open to

work different shifts.

Yvonne: Graduated with an overall overage of 75% with a bachelor’s in computer

science.

Susan: Has good communication skills, interned for 90days at the university

library and was the second-best graduating student from the faculty of business

sciences.

Dale: Graduated with a score of 79.3%, willing to work different shifts and ready

to travel at any time.

Willy: Interned at the university research centre for 3 months and graduated with a

score of 79%. He is ready to travel to work at any time of the day and willing to travel

at the shortest notice.

 

*100. In Uganda, Susan invested UGX300,000 in the shares of a company X

and UGX550,000 in the shares of a company Y. After a year, she sold all the

shares of both companies for UGX400,000 and UGX700,000 respectively.

What is her profit from company X?

Choose the best option

More than 27%

More than 33%

Exactly 30%

50%

None of the above

 

  1. Guide: The table below shows a pattern or rule of words.

Water Fish Crab

Sky ? Eagle

Home Mum Dad

Which of the following fits the above pattern or rule?

Dog

Son

Vulture

Cat

Aeroplane

 

*102. In Nairobi, Brenda just got the 2019 TEF grant of $5,000. Her

business is in the idea stage but has the potential of earning a monthly

revenue of $500 from the 7th month and up to $750 monthly from the 12th

month according to her business plan. However, by the time she got the

grant, her cousin Tim who is into AirBnB business and has made over 100%

of his investment in 2years is trying to convince her to do the AirBnB

business with the TEF grant instead. She has come to meet you for advice,

what would you recommend to her?

Choose the best option

Follow Tim’s suggestion since it is a proven business and makes more money.

Split the money into two, invest half in her original idea and the other half in the

AirBnB business

Follow through with her business plan and grow the business

Save the money in the bank and earn interest because she is now afraid she might

lose the grant.

Inform TEF that she has a change of plans and then wait for approval to do the

AirBnB business.

7 / 8 88%

Prev Next

Declaration

The next set of questions are required for your declaration. Your response to

each indicates that you accept or decline each statement.

 

*103. Have you applied for the TEF Programme previously?

Yes

No

 

  1. If yes, in what year did you apply?

 

*105. Have you received seed capital for the TEF Programme in previous

cycles?

Yes

No

 

  1. If yes, what year(s)

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

 

  1. Do you have business partners or collaborators who are Alumnus of the

Programme?

Yes

No

 

  1. Are you a sanctioned person or / a business partner of / or a close

relative/ or a friend of a sanctioned person or group? ( Sanction Meaning:

Punitive or restrictive measures imposed on a country, person or business)

Yes

No

 

  1. Do you, your business partner or your company have any direct/indirect

dealings involving a sanctioned country or a sanctioned person/group?

Yes

No

 

  1. Do you or does your company/business or business partner(s) have any

ownership interest in an asset located in a sanctioned country?

Yes

No

 

  1. Are you a politically exposed person or a close relative/friend of a

politically exposed person? ( Politically Exposed Person Meaning: One who

has held prominent public/political office or publicly shown interest in

holding prominent public/political office)

Yes

No

 

  1. Have you or your business partner(s) ever been investigated, arrested or

penalised for any terrorist-related charges

Yes

No

 

  1. Have you or your business partner(s) ever been investigated, arrested,

or penalised for any financial related offence

Yes

No

 

  1. Have you or your business partner(s) ever been investigated, arrested or

convicted of any crime?

Yes

No

 

  1. Are you in business with any TEF staff or staff of any TEF affiliated

company? (TEF Affiliated Companies meaning: includes any company in the

Heirs Holding investment portfolio)

Yes

No

 

  1. Are you a current or previous staff of any TEF affiliated company?

Yes

No

 

We shall be providing answers and insights to all these questions in our TEEPGUIDE 2020 E-Book in a few days’ time. Keep in touch with us for details.

5 thoughts on “Tony Elumelu Foundation, TEF 2020 Question List

  • January 9, 2020 at 9:38 am
    Permalink

    Good day,kindly assist to enable me have a skill this year 2020

    Reply
  • January 28, 2020 at 8:38 pm
    Permalink

    Is the TEEP guide for 2020 available

    Reply
  • February 7, 2020 at 1:10 pm
    Permalink

    thanks very much for the information , just i need more tips on how to win this grant this year, if possible email me on igomaderick10@gmail.com. God bless u.

    Reply
  • February 20, 2020 at 1:41 pm
    Permalink

    I just submitted my application. This question list was helpful. Thank you.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

error: Content is protected !!