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Essay Competition: Week 30 Winners.

Arueze Chisom and Emmanuel Oluka have won the N20,000 cash prize for week 30.   A Judge who was so impressed by When The Tables Are Turned by Emmanuel Oluka described his essay like this; “Fantastic read, well referenced and well written”. Congratulations Emmanuel there is nothing more to add.       In My Home, Chisom delivered a great story that had the reader wanting more till the end. Her simple grammar makes her creative prose very comprehensible and this was no different. She spiced this essay with catchy expressions like “as optimistic as tomorrow” and “loving someone is like having HIV”. A wonderfully imaginative writer Chisom will need to cross a few i’s and dot some t’s to emulate the great Ernest Hemingway referenced in the story. A good one nevertheless. Congrats Chisom.       Feedback: As usual, all your essays were good but some will need to do more in areas like paragraphing, spelling, and syntax. Formal writing in English has certain standards so you need to understand the basics of sentences and paragraphs. The non-fiction writers will also need to improve in referencing claims and assertions. You are not yet an authority and even academic writers including professors still add a bibliography to their works. Individual feedback will be sent via mail to writers. Thanks to everyone for participating, the judges and sponsors for their support.    

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Topics: Essay Competition Week 31.

For #Week31 of the #CmonionlineEssayCompetition choose a topic from your preferred genre and write to possibly emerge as one of the winners of our N20,000 cash prize. Creative writing topics: Write a story around an attempted suicide by a character standing atop a tall building ledge. Opinion article topics:  Discuss the rising incidence of ritual killing while suggesting ways to curb this evil crime. NB: These are topics and not necessarily titles, so you can caption your essay as you wish but please make it smart and brief. The word count is between (750–1500 )± 10% We will publish the essays as they come in for the audience and judges to read. Endeavour to submit early to make our job easier. Submit on or before Thursday 20/05/2021 at 11.59 pm. Please endeavour to read our general rules before submitting your work. Pay particular attention to items 2 & 9 because many entries have been trashed for not following instructions. You can submit to admin@cmonionline.com in plain text or MS Word if you are having issues with the subscription and onsite submission. (**No PDF please) WARNING!!! PLAGIARISM will get you banned from participating in this competition. We are here to learn not to steal. Our judges for the week will be Tony Alika-Igwebuike and Uche Ugwu.   Good luck!

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Essay Competition: Week 29 Winners.

Mike Ogbonnaya and Humble Ogbonna have won the N20,000 cash prize for week 29.   A Night In Sheol is a wonderful story. The writer started on a different note and before you could say Jack Robinson he had quickly switched the storyline to the topic and then continued to weave the tale at a pulsating speed that you may not blink till you read  “Oga, wake up. We don reach Upper Iweka”. We already know what Humble can do as a multiple winner in this competition and as usual he delivered in superlative diction and syntax. A must-read really. Congrats Humble.     In #Week28 Mike Ogbonaya announced his entry in style with a well narrated creative piece titled The Ugly Entanglement. This time he chose to attempt an opinion article and started his work by narrating the chronology of events around the case study as one would see in a media report while also broaching the role of clerics in politics. He then delved into the details of the topical issues raised by the cleric with a comparative analysis of then and now. After which he concluded with timely advice for clerics and the masses. A few references to back some claims and this would have been an excellent essay. Nevertheless, this was a well-written opinion piece.  Congrats Mike, we hope to read more from you.   Feedback: One Judge noted with delight the increasing number of participants in the competition. It can only get better. He, however, reiterated the need for participants to reread and edit their works to avoid errors. I mean seeing a thesis dotted with red lines can put off even the most enthusiastic Judge. It is difficult enough to fill those blank pages with words so why would you allow avoidable errors to mess up your hard work? Endeavour to reread and edit your work before submission. The other essays were good and frankly, I like where we are now. We have achieved a level of consistency that has many writers more relaxed as they write. Combining that relaxed tone with a good grasp of the subject via research/imagination is how you find your voice in writing. Because when you know your topic inside and out, you can’t help but speak with authority, with confidence, and a distinctive voice. Hence the agelong maxim “write what you know.” So keep up the good work as we continue our journey. Thanks to everyone and God bless.

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Essay Competition: Week 28 Winners.

Ogbaga Sunday and Faola Bismarck have won the N20,000 cash prize for week 28. In his piece titled The Nexus Between Illiteracy And Social Problems, Sunday Ogbaga showed a good understanding of the topic with a simple introduction that defined it. His essay was well researched with some very good analysis. He also proffered solutions. The entire work was well structured with good grammar and punctuation. Congratulations Sunday. Keep writing. A Drop Of Bloody Hope by Faola Bismarck had a great storyline that was 100% unique. A judge commended it thus: “I enjoyed reading it. Also had good grammar and punctuation. I would have thought it had too many paragraphs but the content and message made it easily readable”. It is not too often that we see a winner in their first attempt so a big congratulations to Bismarck. We hope to read more from you.   Feedback: Humble Ogbonna in Living Things passed his message across with an interesting albeit poignant story. Grammar and punctuation were top-notch as usual. The Advocate by Roselyn Sho-Olajide was well written and had an evocative storyline. Her grammar remains impeccably simple and as usual, she dots her t’s and crosses all the i’s. Illiteracy: A Major Contributor To Many Societal Problems by Opara Udochukwu. The writer did a good job however he needs to know the following about structure. Your abstract should be brief and concise. The introduction should lead to the body of the work before the conclusion. Illiteracy: The Cause Of Social Problems by Ojetunde Esther had a good introduction with a concise definition of the topic. The writer however needs to develop her essays further to drive home her point. She also needs to be more articulate when writing opinion essays to have a better structure. A well-written essay nevertheless. Favour Posu also made a good attempt in Illiteracy, A Huge Problem For Humanity And Development. The writer is however reminded to desist from borrowing too many texts from other works referenced. Make the essay your work by developing your own points. The other essays were equally good and we applaud everyone especially those who have found consistency in this journey. I have also noticed that some writers like Osanyinro Oluwaseun, Peace Habila, and Ojetunde Esther have a thing for brevity. I would recommend visiting brevitymag.com to learn about craft essays. Other writers are also welcome to peruse the site. The publisher Dainty Moore is an award-winning writer and the site is a repertoire of resources. We thank all our writers, readers, sponsors and judges for another good week of writing and getting better.

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Topics: Essay Competition Week 29.

For week 29 of the #CmonionlineEssayCompetition choose a topic from your preferred genre and write to possibly emerge as one of the winners of our N20,000 cash prize. Creative writing topics:  A night in the graveyard. Opinion article topics:  The cleric and politics: A discursive analysis using the father Mbaka scenario as an example. NB: These are topics and not necessarily titles, so you can caption your essay as you wish but please make it smart and brief. The word count is between (750–1500 )± 10% We will publish the essays as they come in for the audience and judges to read. Endeavour to submit early to make our job easier. Submit on or before Thursday 06/05/2021 at 11.59 pm. Please endeavour to read our general rules before submitting your work. Pay particular attention to items 2 & 9 because many entries have been trashed for not You can submit to admin@cmonionline.com in plain text or MS Word if you are having issues with the subscription and onsite submission. (**No PDF please) WARNING!!! PLAGIARISM will get you banned from participating in this competition. We are here to learn not to steal.  Nneka Obiekwe Nwogu and Alex Nwangwu are our judges for the week. Good luck!

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Topics: Essay Competition Week 28.

For week 28 of the #CmonionlineEssayCompetition choose a topic from your preferred genre and write to possibly emerge as one of the winners of our N20,000 cash prize. Creative writing topics: Create a character that stumbles upon a book/song/movie that changes the course of their life, for better or worse. Opinion article topics: Can we say that illiteracy is behind most social problems? Write a discursive analysis of this topic. NB: These are topics and not necessarily titles, so you can caption your essay as you wish but please make it smart and brief. The word count is between (750–1500 )± 10% We will publish the essays as they come in for the audience and judges to read. Endeavour to submit early to make our job easier. Submit on or before Thursday 29/04/2021 at 11.59 pm. Please endeavour to read our general rules before submitting your work. Pay particular attention to items 2 & 9 because many entries have been trashed for not You can submit to admin@cmonionline.com in plain text or MS Word if you are having issues with the subscription and onsite submission. (**No PDF please) WARNING!!! PLAGIARISM will get you banned from participating in this competition. We are here to learn not to steal. Bond Ohuche and Nneoma Wokemba are our judges for the week.     Good luck!  

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Essay Competition: Week 27 Winners.

Victor Oladejo and Emmanuel Oluka have won the N20,000 cash price for week 27. In Black Tuesday Victor weaved the story better than others and the end was not anticlimactic like a couple of the other writers. The people who wrote about being adopted did not weave a story around the news about their adoption. Rather, they merely mentioned it rather passively. Reading the story as Victor took us back and forth, you could see the flow of events and totally imagine the journey with the characters in the bus and conversations they had-Adelaja, Maria, Mallam Aliyu, and his smelly goat. The first paragraph of the story is captivating and the tempo did not drop throughout the story, with an equally riveting conclusion. Congrats Victor, you have been our most consistent writer from day one. In Lifting The Veil On Isa Pantami Oluka started with a creative portrayal of recent events with a mix of confusing soundbites by government officials and popular slogans. He then introduced the topic with a good background to bring the reader up to speed. The main body of the essay was also well structured into easily comprehensible parts leading to a conclusion that left the reader with no doubt about the writer’s opinion. A well written essay that would have been excellent with some references. Congrats Emmanuel, we already know what you can do.   Feedback: A Trip To Forever by Roselyn Sho-Olajide. The NYSC story by Roselyn is one well-woven and makes for a fun read. The mischief of the Youths on the journey to Katsina, the rickety bus, and the stressful journey made the essay very interesting. Who wouldn’t love a love story that started at the NYSC Camp? Hammered by Ebube Ezeadum. Ebube painted a picture of a close-knit family and siblings who teased and pranked one another. I love the way he described his family and the characters therein, so much so that you’d feel you know them. It made for an interesting read, but the news about the adoption could have taken center stage in line with the topic. However, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. It painted a happy picture in my mind. Enroute by Peace Habila. As usual Peace delivered a well written prose. Her descriptive prowess laced with beatiful metaphors lit up the entire essay and vividly brought every scene to life. I was blown away with the “offensive  fragrance.. strong enough to cause a miscarriage”. Her grammar and syntax were flawless. A very good essay from a very good writer and could have carried the day if the conclusion had been more dramatic. Fog On A Monday Morning. In this aptly titled piece, Johnson animated the usual daily struggle of an average Lagos commuter using Mushin as the location. In his usual manner the writer creatively narrated the story in simple and comprehensible english. The catch in this topic however, is the ability to weave a tale backward to the beginning and though Johnson attempted to do this with a prologue this would have been an excellent essay if the sequence of events rolled backwards. The other essays were equally good and we had new writers who didn’t follow the rules so their essays were not published. If you have to write you must learn to read and follow simple instructions. Congratulations to all our writers and thanks to the audience and judges.

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Topics: Essay Competition Week 27.

Welcome back from Easter break. For week 27 of the #CmonionlineEssayCompetition we have decided to start implementing some suggestions from our writers. We will now have two categories, creative writing and opinion articles. So choose a topic from your preferred genre and write to possibly emerge as one of the winners of our N20,000 cash prize. Creative writing topics: Write about a bus trip involving multiple personalities and incidents but start your story with an ending and work backwards towards the beginning.  Your parents tell you that they actually don’t know whose child you are. Weave a story around this horrific scenario. Opinion article topics:  The minister of communications Isa Pantami is currently enmeshed in a scandal linking him to terrorist groups. Interrogate and give your opinion on the issue with possible recommendations.  Write a discursive analysis around the allegation and denial of the CBN printing money to fund the economy by Edo state governor Obaseki and the Minister of finance respectively. NB: These are topics and not necessarily titles, so you can caption your essay as you wish but please make it smart and brief. The word count is between (750–1500 )± 10% We will publish the essays as they come in for the audience and judges to read. Endeavour to submit early to make our job easier. Submit on or before Thursday 22/04/2021 at 11.59 pm. Please endeavour to read our general rules before submitting your work. Pay particular attention to items 2 & 9 because many entries have been trashed for not You can submit to admin@cmonionline.com in plain text or MS Word if you are having issues with the subscription and onsite submission. (**No PDF please) WARNING!!! PLAGIARISM will get you banned from participating in this competition. We are here to learn not to steal. Our judges for the week are Nneka Aniagoh and Martin Nwabueze Good luck!

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Essay Competition: Week 26 Winners.

For week 26 we had one aim: To reflect on the journey so far and suggest ways to improve on our objective. We had a zoom session in which we had the following 8 winners who will receive N10,000 each. Johnson Onyedikachi Roselyn Sho-Olajide Augusta Ndeche Peace Habila Folarin Oluwatimilehin Emmanuel Oluka Oluwaseun Osanyinro and  Sunday Ogbaga I must say that it has been an interesting 26 weeks. Reading through our different stories on the art of writing and various suggestions definitely inspire me to do more. And then getting to finally meet each other ‘in camera’ was a most wonderful experience. It was an exciting evening as all the participants relieved their writing life and showered encomiums on this noble initiative. Indeed it is part of our vision to encourage and promote emerging writers. We would love to take pride in rejoicing with unpublished writers who eventually excel in their literary career. So it was surprising and also satisfying to learn that some writers actually got published for the first time in this competition. Our Judges and guest speaker were exceptional too. The encouragement and support have been overwhelming and we had fabulous speeches from our Uche Ugwu, Nneka Obiekwe Wogu, Charles Chuka Okoye and Ndubuisi Eneh. We are eternally indebted to them. We are doing something good and can only get better. Having had another run of 11 uninterrupted weeks since the turn of the year, it is appropriate to take another well-deserved rest. So we will proceed on Easter break till the 18th of April 2021 to refuel, refresh and work on the recommendations for improvement. However, yours truly will remain active on social media especially on Twitter dishing out tips, resources and recommended readings on the creative journey. NB: Before we sign off, I will like to reiterate a point I made during the meeting regarding engagement and interaction. Please endeavour to share and discuss your published works widely with pride. You never can tell where the break will come from. I gave an example with the story of Iyanuoluwa Adeola whose innocuous corper salute to her diligent mum went viral and eventually landed her a job with Interswitch. We must leverage on the opportunities presented by the digital media. Thanks to everyone who has been a part of our journey and see you soon!           ic

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Essay Competition: Week 25 Winners.

We have our winners of the N20,000 cash prize for week 25. A Tale Of Two Eclipses by Roselyn Sho-Olajide emerged tops for our two Judges followed by Deja Vu by Johnson Onyedikachi. A Judge commended Roselyn thus: “The writer was very descriptive that one could almost see the village and the characters she wrote about. Jumping from the present to the past seamlessly without leaving the reader feeling lost and trying to catch-up, was another plus for me.” Another had this to say: “Very impressive submissions this time around albeit fewer. Too close to call between Onyedikachi Johnson and Roseline Sho- Olajide. I had to appraise their submissions by the rules of the essay competition. They both had mechanically accurate essays and dwelt on a similar topic. However, Onyedikachi’s construct which tried to narrate a deja vu experience, turned out to be in part, a writer’s imaginative composition relived. This slightly veers away from the guidelines for this topic: a story about the same event in the same city but taking place at different time periods. Onyedikachi’s submission strictly wasn’t about events that actually happened in the same city etc as the topic demands.” This is where Roselyn edged him. Echoing some of what I harped on last week about writing within the context, the Judge went continued: “Quite impressed with the new entrant who turned out my favorite writer and easily usurped Johnson Onyedikachi who had dominated in earlier times. I almost had given it to Johnson after reading his submission and found myself in a bit of a jam after I had read hers. I had to resort to the rules to make a decision, found that something worth talking about. Congratulations to you for keeping up with this!”   As usual, “Peace Habila made an equally impressive submission with Double Portion Of Excitement and deserves commendation. Her use of descriptive imagery will earn her a place in creative writing if she keeps on at it. Equally found her almost neck to neck with Oluwaseun Osanyinro” whose piece titled The Height Of Confusion illuminated the cross-dressing bug. Oladejo Victor put in a good piece in The Blue Corolla. However, the writer must work harder to reduce the many syntax errors that continually mar his thesis. Brilliant submissions all round this time” A detailed correction of each essay will be sent to the writers as feedback. Congratulations to everyone.  

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Essay Competition Week 26.

Welcome to week 26 of the #CmonionlineEssayCompetition. You have a chance to be one of the winners of our N20,000 cash prize. Recollect that having achieved a level of consistency at the end of 2020, we listed the following objectives at the beginning of the year. Make the competition more interesting and engaging with visual interactions. Improve the feedback mechanism with regular tips from recommended resources such as texts, websites and social media handles. Set a reading target of 50 books per annum. We have done creditably well with item 2 but have slacked in 1 & 3. So we will now begin to implement them. So for week 26, you are to write about your experience in the cmonionline essay competition starting with your love for writing, how we heard about the competition, your approach to the weekly writing challenges and possible suggestions to improve our writing as we journey together. You can present this writing in any form that suits you. It can be a narration, conversation or even poetry (yes, we love to read some poetry) or a combination of all. Do this in between (750–1500 words)± 10% and submit on or before Thursday 25/03/2021 at 11.59 pm. Please endeavour to read our general rules before submitting your work. Pay particular attention to items 2 & 9 because many entries have been trashed for not You can submit to admin@cmonionline.com in plain text or MS Word if you are having issues with the subscription and onsite submission. (**No PDF please) On Sunday 28/03/2021, we will have a webinar with some judges to discuss your works and pick our winners. It will also present us with the chance to meet each other in this growing online literary community. Good luck and see you on camera!  

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Essay Competition: Week 24 Winners.

We have our winners of the N20,000 cash prize for week 24 in Yes Or No To COVID-19 Vaccine? by Roselyn Sho-Olajide and Potholes And The Bloody Passengers by Chukwuemeka Mbam. Roselyn wins once again. This writer has displayed versatility by winning earlier in the creative genre and now with this well researched term paper. She introduced the topic well with some background facts and figures. She then developed it by taking the reader through the purpose of a vaccine, people’s expectations and potential apathy. After which she marshalled her arguments with a presentation of myth versus facts and concluded strongly with valid suggestions. Her command of the language has always been great. This essay will make a distinction with better proof reading and more references, but still a great essay nevertheless. Congrats Roselyn and keep writing. Chukwuemeka Mbam “is clearly an ambitious writer; wants to take on a whole lot of things in one swoop.”  according to a Judge. The writer has great descriptive skills and the ability to keep the reader glued with vivid evocation through excellent imagery. Quite a number of essays took on the third topic but his was about the only one that largely stuck to the context as the reader is taken on a ride through reality and fantasy. The writer however needs to proof read his works more before submission to avoid denting an otherwise perfect work. Well done Chukwuemeka, we hope to read more from you. Feedback: Ditto by Arueze Chisom. “She seems to have a head for stories. Her imagery is fine, however, she needs to decide whether she’s writing in the present tense, the past tense or has found a magic to weave the two together.” A good essay still. The Reporter by Victor Oladejo. I have a special love for writers that take you to an extreme or near death experience, then yank you out of it suddenly. Good story but a lot could have been done by way of imagery; except a large tent and a black one, we don’t have any other idea how the camp looks, for example. A New Line Prior To My Deadline by Ebube Ezedum. Ebube holds lots of promise. However, despite a good story line the writer only managed to introduce the topic in the closing part of his essay. Creative writing can easily derail out of context. The task was to imagine life without the fear of death and narrate how you will live it. The Precious Few Remaining by Osanyinro Oluwaseun. A good work of medical journalism with lots of useful information. However, being more of a creative writer Oluwaseun can improve on opinion essays such as this with a better development of her story and references to back the many assertions made. But still a very informative piece. Rebirth by Habila Peace. Simple straightforward story. Peace has always demonstrated a great command of the language with correct tenses in the right places. Yet, the crucible of this topic is to “imagine life without the fear of death”. All the same this was a bold take on one the defining events of 2020. A Judge noted “I’d have avoided raging national topics in an essay competition of this kind but I guess some people like to confront issues head on, whatever opportunities they get. Congrats to all the writers, its not easing churning about out 750-1500 words weekly and consistently for 6 months now. We also say a big thank you to the Judges and readers because without them we wont be doing this. The new topics for week 25 have been published. Click here to see them and participate.  

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Topics: Essay Competition Week 25.

Welcome to week 25 of the #CmonionlineEssayCompetition. Please choose from the following topics and discuss to be one of the winners of our N20,000 cash prize. 1. Take a position on the current confusion in fuel prices and discuss. (politics/current affairs) 2. The rise of crossdressers: A discursive analysis of the social effects. (social) 3. Write a story about the same event in the same city but taking place at different time periods.  (creative) NB: These are topics and not necessarily titles, so you can caption your essay as you wish but please make it smart and brief. The word count is between (750–1500 )± 10% We will publish the essays as they come in for the audience and judges to read. Endeavour to submit early to make our job easier. Submissions deadline: Thursday 18/03/2021 at 11.59 pm. IMPORTANT!!! In addition to the above specific guidelines please endeavour to read our general rules before submitting your work. Pay particular attention to items 2 & 9 because many entries have been trashed for not following instructions.  You can submit to admin@cmonionline.com in plain text or MS Word if you are having issues with the subscription and onsite submission. (**No PDF please) WARNING!!! PLAGIARISM will get you banned from participating in this competition. We are here to learn not to steal. Our judges for the week are Nneka Aniagoh. and Charles Okoye Thanks and good luck!

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Essay Competition: Week 23 Winners.

Ladies and gentlemen, Abulrazaq Ariwoola and Peace Habila have won the N20,000 cash prize for week 23 with their essays titled Towards Peaceful Co-existence Among Ethnicities and Man Up respectively. It is not easy to win with your debut entry. A few have managed to do that but in this essay, Abdulrazaq displayed his abilities like none before him. The topic was well researched and his presentation was concise, expository and with a great command of the language. The clincher for this essay was that a plagiarism check returned a 100% unique result. A rarity for an opinion piece. What a beautiful way to join the fold. Well done Abdulrazaq, we have no doubt you will produce more winning texts.     A judge had this to say about Peace’ ability: For me, she is the runaway favourite for Week 23. Her creative talent found expression in a story in which she was in her full element. She dealt with a cultural issue with potentially damaging social effect and was able to draw the nexus between cause and effect, with drama and a bit of poetry. Her prose was smooth, the narrative was engaging, and she showed herself an authentic creative talent. She has been around the top in this series for a while, and this week she made it easy for me to pick her. Congratulations Peace, keep writing. Once again Johnson Onyedikachi was impressive in There Are No Shortcuts. Uchenna Nnoli was surprised to read that he is a teenage writer and made this commendation: This week, he competed at the top level and earns my motivation and support token of N5,000 consolation price. He is a budding talent and should keep working on his art. Congratulations Johnson. Feedback: In Just Because They Lack Beards, Ebube Ezeadum had a strong theme around women empowerment, he had good use of language and his prose was easy to follow. This essay could have won on any other day. The writer holds a lot of promise. Oluremi Daniel and Humble Ogbonna have always made top quality contributions, and impressed with My View On Marriage and Stay Connected? respectively. Oluremi told a vivid and gripping story with an excellent first-person narrative. His flow, vocabulary, tenses and parts of speech were all superb. The story graduated very well to a wonderful crescendo. While Humble intelligently articulated some pros and cons of WhatsApp groups and even though an in-depth analysis would have led to a more detailed conclusion, he nevertheless made plausible suggestions. Great work. The other essays were equally good and successive judges continue to commend the improving standard of the competition. Thanks to all who have been a part of the journey and like I tweeted last week. Something good is coming our way soon..stay tuned!  

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Topics: Essay Competition Week 24.

  Welcome to week 24 of the #CmonionlineEssayCompetition. Please choose from the following topics and discuss to be one of the winners of our N20,000 cash prize. 1. Should the COVID-19 vaccination be optional or mandatory? A discursive analysis. (politics/current affairs) 2. Discuss and analyse the increasing affinity for baby mamas around our entertainment industry. (social) 3. Imagine life without the fear of death and write about how you will live yours.  (creative) NB: These are topics and not necessarily titles, so you can caption your essay as you wish but please make it smart and brief. The word count is between (750–1500 )± 10% We will publish the essays as they come in for the audience and judges to read. Endeavour to submit early to make our job easier. Submissions deadline: Thursday 11/03/2021 at 11.59 pm. IMPORTANT!!! In addition to the above specific guidelines please endeavour to read our general rules before submitting your work. Pay particular attention to items 2 & 9 because many entries have been trashed for not following instructions.  You can submit to admin@cmonionline.com in plain text or MS Word if you are having issues with the subscription and onsite submission. (**No PDF please) WARNING!!! PLAGIARISM will get you banned from participating in this competition. We are here to learn not to steal. Our judges for the week are the cerebral Dr Okolo Oteri Eme and Tony Alika-Igwebuike.   Thanks and good luck!

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