She emerged winner ahead of 40, students across the country and was given N, in scholarship fund for university education, N, worth of equity investment and a laptop. Temiloluwa Oladipo of Oritamefa Baptist Model School, Ibadan, who emerged first runner-up, received N, worth of equity investment, N, scholarship fund and a laptop; while the school received two desktop computers and a printer. He won N, worth of equity investment, N, scholarship fund towards university education and a laptop, while his school received a desktop computer and a printer. According to the NSE on its official Twitter handle, she proposed four critical solutions to the question:. Businesses should see the capital market as a blessing that empowers sustainable expansion while ensuring discipline.
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The Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE is calling upon on all secondary school student for their annual essay competition for edition. The competition aims to bridge the gap in classroom learning with the practical knowledge required for long-term personal financial planning. Now in its 19th year, the NSE Essay Competition has inspired over 67, young people in more than 12, schools across Nigeria. Who is eligible? I was suggested this blog by my cousin. I am not sure whether this post is written by him as nobody else know such detailed about my difficulty. You are wonderful!
The Nigerian Stock Exchange offers one of its financial literacy and inclusion initiatives, the NSE Essay Competition which is open to participants from every Nigerian state. About The Competition: Established to close the gap in classroom learning with the practical knowledge required for long-term personal financial planning, in its 19th year, the NSE Essay Competition has inspired over 67, young people in more than 12, schools across Nigeria. To qualify for the competition, the submitted essay must your original work.
Abasiekeme, a student of Bright Stars Model Secondary School, Akwa Ibom State, dusted over 12, other students who took part in the competition from across the country. She will also be supported throughout her educational career and beyond with constant mentoring by the UBA Foundation. Abasiekeme who had joined the virtual event from her base in Akwa Ibom State in Nigeria, could not contain her excitement as she heard the announcement that she had won the first prize of the NEC