Alfred Agunbiade Essay Competition Entry Portal

Are you a Nigerian youth between the ages of 16-30? Do you wish to participate in an essay competition and stand the chance to win Two Hundred & Fifty Thousand (N250, 000) in cash, plus other exciting gifts? If you fit into the descriptions then, this article is for you. We will show you how to submit entry for the 2021 Pa Alfred Agunbiade Essay Competition.

Caprice and Victor Agunbiade, the founders of the Alfred A. Agunbiade Memorial Foundation, noticed the youth problem in Nigeria and realised they had to do something to ensure that these kids’s potentials were channelled in the proper path. Victor Olusegun Agunbiade, the family’s only male child, was born into an Anglican family of seven in Ijebu-Ode, South-Western Nigeria, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Agunbiade and his four sisters. His father instilled in him confidence, encouraged him to be the best at what he did, and taught him to respect the people he would meet throughout his life.

That counsel stayed with him, and he would use it as a standard to establish goals for himself in everything he did, and to keep it in the back of his mind not to do anything for the sake of making a symbolic gesture.

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About Alfred Agunbiade Essay Competition

Victor’s father, who was a certified teacher who taught for forty years, instilled in Victor the value of education. Victor chose to commemorate his birthday on 24 September 2020 in a unique way after his Navy award went viral in July 2020. He organised an essay competition among Nigerian youngsters titled, “The Nigeria Of My Dream.” Victor and Caprice were able to identify the need to move immediately and harness the abilities and talents of almost 60% of the population who had lost hope for a better tomorrow based on the essay submissions.

Qualifications for the Alfred Agunbiade Essay Competition

Following are the eligibility standards that need to be met in order to be considered for this scholarship:

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  • Youth ages 16-30.

Title: “The roles of the Nigerian youths in the emergence of new Nigeria“

Please follow the rules below:

  • 1000 words maximum
  • double spaced,
  • and NO Plagiarism.

Benefits of Alfred Agunbiade Essay Competition

  • 1st Prize :N250K
  • 2nd Prize: N150K
  • 3rd Prize : N100K

Winners will be announced on 24 September, 2021

How to Submit Entry for Alfred Agunbiade Essay Competition

Please email your article to “info@alfredagunbiade.org.”

Click here for additional information.

Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: September 4, 2021 — 12:06 am

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