The Nigeria Film Corporation (NFC), says that the winning entry in its 2019 essay competition will attract N250,000 cash price and the rights of publishing in a Journal.
NFC, in a statement by Mr Brian Etuk, Head of its Public Relations, said that the second best entry would attract a cash prize of N100,000.
According to him, participants must be Nigerian nationals above 18 years and below 25years as at December 2019.
“Entry for the essay competition opens on June 10 and closes on Sept. 10; this year’s topic is “Every view, Everywhere; When Content is Key,” the official said in the statement on Tuesday in Jos.
It added that the 2019 template was an opportunity for corporate bodies or individuals to sponsor the writing contest which had grown in participation and scope since its debut in 2005.
Edited by Emmanuel Nwoye and Ephraims Sheyin
- Ugandan Nakalembe wins opening round at Nigeria Ladies Open Golf Championship
- Imo NDLEA confirms arrest of alleged notorious drug dealer
- Multiple accident claims 13 lives on Lagos-Ibadan expressway
- APC NWC upholds suspension of Edo party’s chairman
- I will be most excited person if I win 2021 AFCON for Nigeria, Rohr says
- Don tasks FG on production of West Africa Dwarf goat
- Medical doctors urged to draw line between profession ethics and business
- Buhari meets Pearson Educational Group mgt. in London
- Chemical engineers call for policies to promote smart agricultural value chain
- Nigerians seek tougher actions against corruption
- Gov. Matawalle reassures Zamfara citizens of his commitment to security
- Kogi: FCT minister drums support for Bello
- Super Eagles ‘ll grow into AFCON qualifiers, says Akanni
- Obaseki has failed Edo people, says PDP
- Makinde appoints Ex-Rep. Ogunwuyi DG, Investments, PPP Agency
- ZMSG to resuscitate 5 abandoned ginneries—-Gov. Matawalle
- PDP rejects hate speech bill
- Businessman arraigned over alleged importation of 13 containers of substandard cables
- International GIS Day: Expert calls for GIS inculcation in STEM study
- FG, Harvestplus, task Nigerians on making nutrition daily business