Mike okonkwo national essay competition
secondary school students in Nigeria. Miss Ashley Davidson of Vivian Fowler Memorial College for Girls, Ikeja emerged second while Master Esigbone Ferdinand of Roshallom International Secondary School, Lagos came third. Like previous years, the star winner school gets three sets of desktop computers and a printer, while the student goes home with a trophy, Laptop, plaque and a cash gift of N100,000. The topic for this years competition is Nigerias Unity: Matters Arising. He scored 60 in the first round and 47 in the second round. Mike Okonkwos corporate social responsibility activities, is aimed at raising the standard in Nigerias education sector and at the same time, sensitising the students by making them analytically minded so as to excel in their world by developing their ability to think through issues. She scored 63 per cent in the first round and 52 per cent in the second round of the competition. The chief examiner, Professor Akachi Ezeigbo, said, After a painstaking scrutiny, we adjudged only four as suitable for invitation to the second stage of the competition, which is basically a confirmatory procedure to verify the integrity of the original submission. Professor Ezeigbo disclosed that incidences of plagiarism or direct lifting of materials from Internet, copying from textbooks and other printed sources, as well as proven cases of collaboration among candidates were noticeable in the entries for this years edition, as well as evidence that candidates. The other winner is Miss Fagbemi Ireoluwa of Roshallom International School, Lagos.
The second runner-up school gets a desktop computer, while the student gets a plaque and a cash prize of N50,000. Miss Ashley Davidson, who came second, will go home with a cheque of N75,000, a plaque and the school will get two computers and a printer. She scored 63 percent in the first round of the competition and 52 in the second round of the competition to come first. In many cases, we verified originality of entries by conducting a simple Internet check and found many containing significant portions of existing works. According to the Chief Examiner, Professor Akachi Ezeigbo, the entries for 2018 are characterized by the usual infractions such as confirmed incidences of plagiarism or direct lifting of materials from Internet repositories, copying from textbooks and other printed sources, proven cases of collaboration among candidates.
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