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Essay Competition: Week 8 Winner.


Oyinola wins again!

Our winning essay for week 8 is Youths: Nigeria’s Hope For Leadership by Oyinola Abosede.

Oyinola has been one of the most consistent writers in this competition. As usual, he always takes time to show the reader that he knows the rudiments of the craft. Starting from a concise introduction that leaves no one in doubt of what the essay is all about to his identification of the problems with developed arguments, Oyinola flows with ease. The strongest point in this entry is the fact that he gave some detailed suggestions. That is the hallmark of a good research text.

Well done Oyinola, we know we will keep reading from you.

Note: The announcement of a winner was extended and we wanted to publish entries received after the deadline. However, we couldn’t as the fatigue and logistic problems of a hectic previous week lingered. We apologise for this.

Worthy of note is that the following essays earned plaudits and ranked among the top 5 for both judges.

Revoking Nigeria’s Aged Leadership: The Pathway For Youths by Ogbaga Sunday.

A Friend To Meet by Sodiq Saberedowo.

A Divinely Orchestrated Friend by Folarin Oluwatimilehin.

and Gold In Rags by Maryann Ndu.

The writers including newbies among them will definitely go places with the pen.

We thank our judges for doing a great job. We also appreciate our growing pool of writers and audience. Thanks for being part of this journey.

Next up will be the topics for week 9.


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