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|🕡 Deadline: Sep 10, 2021 (See all deadlines)|
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Alfred A. Agunbiade Memorial Foundation founders Caprice and Victor Agunbiade saw the youth crisis in Nigeria and simply knew they had to do something to ensure the potentials of these youth are channeled in the right direction. Victor Olusegun Agunbiade, the only male child in the family was born into an Anglican family of seven; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Agunbiade; and his four sisters in Ijebu-Ode, South-Western, Nigeria. His father taught him each passing time; confidence-building, be the best in what you do, and respect people he may encounter throughout his life.
That advice stuck into his head and he would use these pieces of advice as a benchmark to set targets for himself in everything he does and to always have it in his sub-consciousness not to undertake anything he does with a mere symbolic gesture.
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In order to be eligible to apply for the scholarship, applicants must:
youth ages 16-30.
The roles of the Nigerian youths in the emergence of new Nigeria“
- 1st Prize :N250K
- 2nd Prize: N150K
- 3rd Prize : N100K
How to Apply
Please follow the below guidelines:
- maximum 1000 words, double space and NO Plagiarism.
- Winners will be announced on 24 September, 2021
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