You’re invited to enter the 9th Ships & Ports Annual National Essay Competition. The contest was created in pursuance of our commitment of enabling Nigerians appreciate the potentials in the nation’s maritime sector and as a way of boosting manpower development and intellectual contributions for the growth of the sector.
How to boost indigenous participation in the shipping sector
Ships & Ports Communication Company
Prize for the Best Overall Essay
Prize for Creative Writing
Prize for Research
Prize for Outstanding Essays
December 11, 2015
- All entries must be typed and double spaced.
- Use font size 12 only.
- Entries must not be more than 5 typed pages
- Multiple entries by an individual will be disqualified
- You must attach the application form to your essay
- All entries must be typed on A4 paper.
- To participate, download the entry form here
- All entries must be submitted to this address:
Ships & Ports Communication Company,
8 Ayinde Giwa Street,
Off Alhaji Masha Road,
P.O. Box 2190
Please send your inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
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We have received entries from the under listed persons for the 2016 Ships & Ports Annual National Essay Competition. The list of winners will be released tomorrow while the prize presentation ceremony will hold at 10am prompt on Wednesday December 28, 2016 at 8, Ayinde Giwa Street, Off Masha Road, Surulere, Lagos.
Ogbaga Sunday T. – Nsukka, Enugu
Nwoke Ifeoma Joy – SFH, Lagos
Bello Sarafadeen Mayowa – Isashi, Lagos
Mercy Mbvo Nguh – Akute, Ogun State
Akanbi Saheed Olawale – Bariga, Lagos
Iposu Yisa Kayode – Akute, Ogun State
Akeem Olalekan Ahmed – Lagos Island
Egenti Ugochukwu M. – Pedro, Lagos
Bakare Moshood Oladejo – Agege, Lagos
Jonathan Mairiga – Samaru, Zaria
Nduka Uzuakpundu – Surulere, Lagos
Abel Anna Ogechi – Surulere, Lagos
Olaniyi Abdulwaheed – Osogbo, Osun State
Adesola Olusegun Lawrence – Mushin, Lagos
Daniel Philip Ayo – Calabar, Cross River State
Damilola Tosin Adeshote – Surulere, Lagos
Olasunbo Sunday Joshua – Dandume, Katsina
Babatunde Omoju – Oron, Akwa Ibom State
Nsikan Offing Isong – Uyo, Akwa Ibom State
Adinu Chukwu – Enugu
All winners must be present at the prize presentation ceremony.
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