Nwachukwu Benedict Wins BUSA Drawing Competition 2021

Nwachukwu Benedict has emerged winner of the Babcock University Students’ Association (BUSA) drawing competition 2021.

Quansah Mishaella emerged as second place winner while Ekpo Idongesit emerged as third place winner.

Nwachukwu Benedict receives ₦40,000, Mishaella receives ₦30,000 and Ekpo receives ₦20,000.

The participants made a video of themselves as they made their drawings.

The drawing competition was themed: “The effects of E-learning on students in Nigeria“.

Olufisayo Babatunde Soyombo Emerges Merit Award Winner Of 2019 Karpoor Chandra Kulish International Award For Excellence In Journalism

Olufisayo Babatunde Soyombo has emerged merit award winner of the 2019 Karpoor Chandra Kulish International Award for Excellence in Journalism.

Olufisayo Babatunde Soyombo known professionally as Fisayo Soyombo is the Founder/Editor of the Foundation for Investigative Journalism (FIJ).

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Anita Abada’s ‘Efun’ Wins Special Prize Award For “Health Educational Film For Youth” At The 2021 WHO Health For All Film Festival

Anita Abada’s ‘Efun’ has emerged winner of the Special Prize Award For “Health Educational Film For Youth” at the 2021 WHO Health For All Film Festival.

WHO Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, made the announcement in his speech posted on the UN health agency website.

Ghebreyesus said Abada became winner of the special prize for a health educational film for youth, titled: “Efun”.

The DG said “Efun”, directed by Abada, focused on the challenging topic of Female Genital Mutilation.

Ghebreyesus, said the winners would receive trophies and a grant of $10,000 to invest in further audiovisual production on health today.

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