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HIWEE'S COMMUNICATIONS STUDIO

WHERE BUSINESS AND ENTERTAIMENT COLLIDE

Hiwees is the brainchild of three brothers who channeled their passion and love for knowledge and entertainment

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Our goal at Hiwees is to connect every stakeholder in the sector to transcend the inefficiencies holding back the entertainment and communication sector in Nigeria and the African region

ABOUT US

WHERE BUSINESS AND ENTERTAINMENT COLLIDE TO SHAPE A NEW NARRATIVE

Hiwees is the brainchild of three brothers who channeled their passion and love for knowledge and entertainment to create Oiki’s HIWEE’S Communications Studios to develop, implement and manage a hub where creatives in the entertainment space can acquire knowledge towards building long-term sustainability for their careers in an individual and industry-wide capacity.

OUR VISION

Creating a hub where business and entertainment collide to shape a new narrative

OUR MISSION

Creating biz-a-tainment structures towards sustainable economic futures for all

OUR GOAL

Our goal is to build the largest community of disciplined professionals within the industry towards creating Trust and Integrity for lasting sustainability.

BIZ-A-TAINMENT

BUILDING STRUCTURES

THROUGH KNOWLEDGE SAHRING

OUR GALLERY

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OIKI’S HUB (“The HUB”) is the platform that has been created to ensure ease of joining the new movement where business and entertainment will collide as part of building the foundations and structures for a sustainable industry across the continent.

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A congregation of like and unlike-minded people who want to develop the industry to its greatest potentials.

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Mfonobong Inyang: There’s a Need for Financial Literacy in the Creative Sector

The Nigerian entertainment sector has remained one of the thriving aspects of the economy, owing principally to two reasons amongst many others: it is youth-driven and has relatively little interference from government; Nigerian youths account for over half of the country’s population, which is over 100 million people, going by the estimated population of about 200 million. Over the past decade, there has been growth in leaps and bounds, however, it’s time to move the needle some more.

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