‘PositiveNaija Series 2018: The Love of Patriots’ Published

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Towards an objective, verifiable, refreshing and valuable sense of Nigerian self-worth, patriotism, nation building and impactful scholarship, the PositiveNaija Series 2018: The Love of Patriots has been published.

PositiveNaija Series 2018

Authored and published (in March 2019) by Toju Micheal Ogbe, the second annual edition of the PositiveNaija Series, is a history-defining and educational resource, which reliably informs the world of the positive progress excellence of Nigeria and Nigerians globally for the year 2018. In addition, it features the best essays of the 2018 PositiveNaija Essay Competition with the overall best essay of the Competition by Miss Akunna James-Ibe being the First Foreword of the Series. The Second Forward was by Miss Mafeni Praise – overall winner of the 2018 PositiveNaija Video Contest.

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Tobechukwu Phillips Emerges First Black Valedictorian In Alvin High School’s 125-year History

Tobechukwu Phillips has emerged the first Black valedictorian of Alvin High School in Texas 125 years after it was established in 1894.

This incredible feat takes place 54 years after the school integrated with African-American students in 1965.

Tobechukwu Phillips graduated with a 6.9 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale, which she earned by taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses along with her electives.

She got to the top of her class by getting all A’s throughout her four years in school. This is in addition to her other interests.

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Abel Jonathan Emerges Best Graduating Student At DELSU [2017/2018]

Abel Jonathan, a graduate of Mathematics has emerged the overall best student of Delta State University (DELSU) Abraka at the 13th Convocation of the university with Cumulative Grade Point Aggregate (CGPA) of 4.91 in the 2017/2018 academic session.

On the 18th of May 2019, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta state has offered automatic employment to Abel Jonathan, an orphan as well as announced the state government scholarship award for Jonathan to further his studies.

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Winners Of 10th Korea-Nigeria Drawing And Painting Competition

Winners have emerged at the 10th edition of the Korea-Nigeria drawing and painting competition organized for primary schools in the Federal Capital Territory by the Korean Cultural Centre of the Korean Embassy in collaboration with Nigeria.

The award ceremony, which held on the 21st of May, 2019 in Abuja at the Korean Cultural Centre witnessed the crowning of Ruwo Wodi of Science Primary School, Kwali as the 1st place winner among the 150 pupils who participated in the competition.

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