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WEEC Organises Creative Essay Competition For Girls

Chief Executive Officer Curves Communication Adeola Odunowo ((left); CEO Beez Ideaz Company Abiodun Adegoke, Head Coordinator, Women Empowerement Kayode Odukoya, and CEO, Ocean 27, Barr. Lovetta Iwelu, during the press briefing for WEEC Creative Essay Competition 2015 in Lagos.                                                             Photo: Lamidi Bamidele

Chief Executive Officer Curves Communication Adeola Odunowo ((left); CEO Beez Ideaz Company Abiodun Adegoke, Head Coordinator, Women Empowerement Kayode Odukoya, and CEO, Ocean 27, Barr. Lovetta Iwelu, during the press briefing for WEEC Creative Essay Competition 2015 in Lagos. Photo: Lamidi Bamidele

IN a bid to support and reposition the female gender for growth, Women Empowerment and Enlightenment Campaign (WEEC) is organising a creative essay competition for young girls this month, August. The online competition targeted at females between 18 through 25 years in Lagos, began on August 10 and will run till 31.

Theme for the essay competition is ‘How can men contribute to women’s development in our society?’ The aim is to help young female writers express their thoughts, creative perspectives, social development plans, solution for gender equality and a new cultural value system. The organisers want writers to share their most important and relevant position that can change the status of women.

To enter the competition, contestants have to send a non-fiction essay not more than 500 hundred words to weec@onyvaconcepts.com and stand a chance to win exciting prizes like mobile devices, laptops, scholarship, grants and start-up capital for entrepreneurs. The editors will select 50 out of the first 1000 entries submitted by August 31 and results will be announced on select news portals based on novelty, creativeness, writing style and the relevance to theme of the essay entries.



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