ESSAY COMPETITION ON GENDER EQUALITY: CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS. The Delegation of the European Union to Nigeria and ECOWAS in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education and Daily Trust are organising an Essay Competition on Gender Equality. The competition is part of the European Union Gender Action.
Mar 13, 2015 - The Dickens Sanomi Annual Essay Competition 2014's Award Ceremony Took Place Wednesday 3rd December. See more ideas about Essay competition, Awards ceremony, Essay.
The winners will receive cash prizes ranging from 100,000 naira to 50,000 naira, a chance to publish their articles in a Nigerian daily newspaper and the opportunity to represent Junior Achievement.The Nation is a daily newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria covering nigeria news, sports, Breaking News, Politics, Sports, Fashion.SystemSpecs, Africa’s leading provider of innovative financial and human capital management solutions, recently presented prizes to winners of its first Children’s Day Essay Competition.
Winners have emerged in the pilot essay competition organised by a United Kingdom-based company, AACLE International, in partnership with Hon. Taiwo Kemi Oluga, Special Adviser on Tourism and.
A Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Administration, Nigeria, and Member of the Governing Council of the International Peace Research Association (IPRA), Dr Adedimeji is a Member of the Executive Councils of both the University of Ilorin Alumni Association and English Scholars Association of Nigeria (ESAN). He is also a Fellow of both the Society for Peace Studies and Practice and World.
Nigerian Communications Commissions (NCC) announces her 2014 essay competition for undergraduate students in Nigerian tertiary institutions. The objectives of the competition are: Increase awareness on broadband development in Nigeria Engage and enhance research skills Encourage competition and academic excellence Build capacity of undergraduates.
The Nigeria Advertising had its humble beginning rooted in colonial history, advertising development could be traced to about 1928 with the birth of West African Publicity Limited. An off shoot of UAC, the company was set up to cater for the marketing activities of the colonial masters in both Nigeria and West Africa. This company was later to transform to a full fledged advertising firm in.
The competition’s overall goal is to develop a culture of wealth creation amongst the youth towards “Building a Financially Savvy Generation”. Now in its 19th year, the NSE Essay Competition has inspired over 67,000 young people in more than 12,000 schools across Nigeria.
According to him, the Royal Commonwealth Society in Nigeria inaugurated the Essay Competition in Lagos on Feb. 20, 2019 and that the competition was held all over the 53 member countries of the Commonwealth. “Ozoemena emerged runner-up courtesy of her literary piece chosen from more than 11,000 entries from across the five regions of the Commonwealth. “She wrote about “Hello” a tale of.
FITC Nigeria invites secondary school students in Nigerian to enter for an essay competition to mark their 30th anniversary. The competition is for students who will be in SS3 in the 2011-2012 session and who are inclined to study finance related courses in tertiary institutions.
The main law governing the Nigerian telecoms industry is the Nigerian Communications Act of July 2003 amending the Act of 1992 (Hosn, 2011, p. 7), this act ended the monopoly enjoyed by Nitel, created the regulatory body National Communications Commission ( NCC) and enabled the entry of more players into the market, leading to increased competition and a downward pressure on prices for mobile.
CIPM Annual Essay Competition Requirements. Interested persons must be UNDERGRADUATES of Nigerian Universities and Polytechnics. Essay must be original, empirical and of local and international journal standard. The length of the essay must not exceed 3000 words with proper referencing using the APA style of referencing.
The Centre for Professional Legal Education and Researchat Birmingham Law School (CEPLER) launched its national law student essay writing competition in 2014. The winner (City GDL student Chris Richards) received an iPad mini and the opportunity to have their essay published on the CEPLER website as a CEPLER Working Paper.
Between 2000 and 2014, Nigeria’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew at an average rate of 7% per year. Following the oil price collapse in 2014-2016, combined with negative production shocks, the gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate dropped to 2.7% in 2015. In 2016 during its first recession in 25 years, the economy contracted by 1.6%. Since 2015, economic growth remains muted. Growth.