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60 Entrants make Longlist for 1 Million Naira Recession Essay Prize

60 Entrants make Longlist for 1 Million Naira Recession Essay Prize

Lagos-based international Graduate School, CIAPS (The Centre for International Advanced and Professional Studies) has announced a the first set of results for its 2016 Public Interest Essay Competition aimed at studying the Nigerian Recession and finding solutions to it.

According to a statement on the Centre’s website (www.ciaps.org) “ The essay competition was open for entries for about three months, and over 250 essays were submitted.

The CIAPS longlist selection team came up with a list of 60 entries”.

Confirming the news the CIAPS Centre Director, Prof Anthony Kila noted that participants in the competition though united by a clear passion for understanding the country’s current economic travails, varied both in terms of age, gender, location, background and quality of entries.

He further stated that content of the entries also ranged from brilliant, interesting, to dull and even annoying.

The 2016 CIAPS Public Interest Essay Competition will confer 1Million Naira to the 5 most successful essays.

These finalists will be announced on 28 February 2017. The winners will be announced on April 8.

The Longlisted Entrants below can also be viewed on the Centre’s website.

 

 

Raji Abdulrahaman Adoza

Olusola Adeboye Isaac

Akachukwu Favour

ONYEKWERE CHUKWUEBUKA GODWIN

Gbadebo Damola

Machi Chukwubuike Victor

SANI EMMANUEL NUMA

Ibukun Ogunsola

ANENE OBINNA CHINEMELUM

Oluwole Alfred Olatunji

Oreoluwa Oluwaseun Opeyemi

Opara David

Ogwuche One Juliet

Sylvanus-Eyisi Doris

Bala Falama James

Taiwo Bakare

Gbenga Dairo

Bashir Muhammad

Innocent Tochukwu Okoro

Okpete Uchenna Esther

Chukwuemeka Amaefule

Solomon Abayomi Olakojo

Taiwo Awe

Babafemi Olabisi Samuel

Chidiebube Ifeanyi Udechukwu

AFOLABI BAYONLE GAFARI

John Izuchukwu Precious

Chigozie Muogbo

Akwaowo Uwem Enebong

Susan Austin-0suji

Sanni Peter Adinoyi

Shittu Toyin

Alade Blessing Adeyemi

Charles Umeh

Ndukwu Joseph Omoh

Abdulquadri Saka Bolanta

Bamiduro Esther Titilayo

Amusa Tajudeen Lasisi

Kingsley Onyeka

Evidence Ibe

SIMON BLESSING OBOBOLO

OLAWALE DAVID JOHNSON

GABRIEL BABATUNDE FATOKUNBO

Hermes Umana

Adekunle S. Alade

Muhammed A. Yusuf

Princewill Udom

Stanley Ikechukwu Echebiri

Oladimeji Adeleke

Babajide Moses

Patrick Efe EJUMEDIA

Azeez Abdullah Opeyemi

OBIAGWU PRECIOUS CHINONYEREM

Christopher Ugo Oseh

CHRISTOPHER UGO OSEH

Joseph Edet Umoh

Oluwarotimi Olarewaju

Ikamdia Adamu Mshelia

Abdulrahman M Abu-Yaman

Mairiga Jonathan

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