Awani, a Nigerian documentary film has won the UNESCO prize at the 2019 Afrika Filmfestival (AFF).
Awani is a historical documentary that explores the intersection between colonialism and gender inequality. The film features the perspectives of many thought leaders, social commentators, activists and historians such as Kemi Da Silva Ibru, Bismarck Rewane, Joe Odumakin, etc.
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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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37-year-old Chibawanye Ene has won the 2019 Ronald L. Bittner Award on brain tumor research.
According to the Applied Radiation Oncology, a quarterly journal on cancer, Chibawanye Ene received the award at the 2019 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) annual scientific meeting, which held from April 13 to April 17  in San Diego, USA.
Chibawanye Ene won the award with his research work titled: “Anti-PD-L1 Immunotherapy Enhances Radiation-induced Abscopal Response in Glioblastoma”.
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