PositiveNaija Love And Heroes 2022

Recently updated on September 27th, 2022 at 02:10 pm

PositiveNaija Love And Heroes 2022 is aimed at celebrating the positive value of Nigerians all over the world no matter how little their impact might be, which the world might be unaware of.

The overall goal is to promote the value of the Nigerian human life through the spirit of love, gratitude and positive works/deeds.

This is included on our weekly videos shared on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram page as well as on our WhatsApp status.

It is also an expansion of the traditional approach in which PositiveNaija sources for positive or good news. This means that with the PositiveNaija Love and Heroes, every Nigerian is empowered to be a reporter of that which is good and exemplary as it concerns Nigerians all over the world. This therefore, provides greater awareness and knowledge about Nigerians engaged in inspiring and worthy deeds.

It is open for everyone but we encourage nominations of people that you know personally or are around you. We encourage this so that it does not become a ‘celebrity or political’ contest/show – we believe there are a lot of Nigerians around us we can show appreciation to and not necessarily those that are popular [And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works:
Hebrews 10:24].

Significantly, PositiveNaija also utilizes the Love and Heroes in honoring dead Nigerians such as members of the Nigerian Armed Forces, journalists and other civilians for their sacrifice, love and heroic feats [“By mercy and truth iniquity is purged” – Proverbs 16:6].

PositiveNaija Love And Heroes 2022

Criteria for PositiveNaija Love And Heroes 2022 Nominations

  1. Nationality: Nigerians | Cost: Free | Picture: Compulsory
  2. State your full names and the full names of the person you wish to celebrate (living).
  3. Your entry/nomination should be for only one (1) person to be celebrated.
  4. Nominations, once approved is one-time per year.
  5. Multiple entries (of individual persons) are allowed.
  6. For text: In 50 words (maximum), and the mandatory inclusion of 2 words Love and Thank you; state your message about this person and their good works.
  7. For videos: In 60 seconds (maximum), and the mandatory inclusion of 2 words Love and Thank you; state your message about this person and their good works.
  8. If available, links to the person’s online presence can be included.
  9. The person being celebrated has not been mentioned on PositiveNaija website within the current year.
  10. Nomination details for the PositiveNaija Love and Heroes 2021 should be sent to designated WhatsApp number only (09064503292).
  11. PositiveNaija scrutinises entries and approve accordingly.
  12. Published in the PositiveNaija weekly top news videos.
  13. PositiveNaija reserves the right to nominate the dead for their selflessness, sacrifice, love and heroic feats.

PositiveNaija Love And Heroes 2022

Weeks

/Months

Nominated Names Nominators Purpose of Celebration
1 Mary Maradesa Comfort Shaibu Selflessness & giving.
2 Bukar Ibrahim Hyeladzira Mshelia Ibrahim Community protection.
3 Sergeant Francis Agube PositiveNaija Courage.
4 Victoria Innocent

 

John Adesina

Jennifer Andy-Philip

 

Adetunji Tobi Samson

Love and positivity.

 

Charity.

5 Jonah Markus, Solomon Abiri, Stephen Ishaya, Nura Ibrahim, Abdul Garba, Musa Lawal and Zubairu Sadiq. PositiveNaija Love, courage and sacrifice.
6 Ojoma Shaibu

 

Philip Emma Okafor

Comfort Shaibu

 

Comfort Shaibu

Compassionate

 

Giving

7 Johnson Ogbanje Jennifer Andy-Philip Tutor
8 Mrs. Opi Agha

 

Nana Aisha Ahmad Kila

 

Sa’id Shehu Ibrahim

Precious Ozioma Onuorah

 

PositiveNaija

 

PositiveNaija

Marriage healer

 

Love and courage

 

Love and courage

9 Mrs. Linda Mark

 

Lekan Adeyemi

 

Sule Mathew

Jennifer Andy-Philip

 

Jennifer Andy-Philip

 

PositiveNaija

Imparting entrepreneurial skills

Fruitfulness and purpose

Love, courage and sacrifice.

10 Nurayn Shuaibu and Khadija Shuaibu PositiveNaija Love.
11 Mildred Patrick Adetunji O. Samson Impacting young people
12 Mohammed Umar

 

Abdulkadir Rano

 

Abdulkareem Ojonla Jimoh

PositiveNaija

 

PositiveNaija

 

PositiveNaija

Love and sacrifice

 

Love and sacrifice

 

Love and sacrifice

13 Chibuzor Kenneth Nwafor PositiveNaija Love, courage and sacrifice
14 Shehu Na’Allah PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
15 Anthony Nwokorie PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
16 Mohammed Ibrahim PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
17 FLT LT Alkali

 

FLT LT Elijah Karatu

PositiveNaija

 

PositiveNaija

Love and sacrifice

 

Love and sacrifice

18 Dauda Tata PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
19 Yusuf Salihu PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
20 Ndubuise Okonkwo PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
21 Abdullahi Ibrahim PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
22 Emmanuel Jerry PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
23 Sani Isa PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
24 Inspector Jibril PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
25 Ejiro Otarigho Elijah Ezaga Love and courage
26 ACP Aminu Umar PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
27 Major Anara

 

Captain Abubakar Samido

 

Rev. Fr. Vitus Borogo

PositiveNaija

 

PositiveNaija

 

 

PositiveNaija

Love and sacrifice

 

Love and sacrifice

 

Love and sacrifice

28 Shem Ishaku

 

Job Mark Tachio

PositiveNaija

 

PositiveNaija

Love and sacrifice

 

Love and sacrifice

29 Iliya Ibrahim Achukwu PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
30 Nazir Muhammad Yahaya PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
31 Captain Samuel Attah

 

Lieutenant Ibrahim Jaro Suleiman Babanawa

PositiveNaija

 

PositiveNaija

Love and sacrifice

 

Love and sacrifice

32 Samaila Awudu PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
33 CIA Abdullahi Mohammed PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
34 Temenu Boluwaji PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
35 Abdulahi Yaaqub PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice
Sept. Inspector Idris Musa PositiveNaija Love and sacrifice

 

 

The 2021 edition of the PositiveNaija Love And Heroes can be accessed here.

 

“Heroism isn’t just bravery or guts or shrewd maneuvering. These things are common and are often used in unheroic ways.

No, being heroic is the ability to conjure hope where there is none.

To strike a match to light up the void. To show us a possibility for a better world—not a better world we want to exist, but a better world we didn’t know could exist.

To take a situation where everything seems to be absolutely [bad] and still
somehow make it good.

Bravery is common. Resilience is common. But heroism has a philosophical component to it. There’s some great “Why?” that heroes bring to the table—some incredible cause or belief that goes unshaken, no matter what.”

– Mark Manson

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