- Nigerian news website Legit.ng invites young people to tell their own stories of the Nigerian Independence.
- Big Naija Independence contest will spot young talented students passionate about journalism and writing.
- 3 winners will get a prize of of N115000, N75000 and N38000 respectively to invest in their studies and professional growth.
- Winners will have a chance to visit Legit.ng office in Lagos, meet the team, and hold a conversation with Legit.ng's Managing Director.
News and entertainment platform Legit.ng introduces an initiative for students to win N115000, N75000 and N38000 prizes to invest in their studies and professional growth. The Big Naija Independence contest is aimed to reveal stories about Nigeria's path to independence.
Students can participate in the Big Naija Independence contest by writing and sending us the essay on one of three categories:
● Big Naija Independence: Your personal contribution
A true story on how you personally help your country to grow. It can be on your education, achievements or any other deeds that, in your opinion, help to improve the lives of Nigerian citizens, the atmosphere in your community or country in general.
● Big Naija Independence: Lessons learned since 1960
An article on an event that had a major impact in the social, economic, cultural or any other important spheres in Nigerian society. You can consider both positive and negative aspects of it, but make sure it is related to present times. Try using a retrospective approach for showing how it can help in perspective.
● Big Naija Independence: Role of women
As the role of women has been underestimated for quite long, it is time to uncover how women helped to build independence in Nigeria during these 60 years. Give an example of women's achievements and their unique influence on Big Naija Independence.
Applicants can submit their essays on or before the 21st of October on the official contest website.
The essay must be 400-1000 words in length and comply with the contest rules. Check competition details to find out more on the website https://www.specials.legit.ng/students-contest.
The essays will be evaluated by a professional jury. The team of judges includes Legit.ng's Managing Director Goke Olaegbe and experienced journalists Akinyemi Akinrujomu, Eromosele Ebhomele, Nomso Obiajuru, Sola Sanusi.
Legit.ng is #1 online news and entertainment platform by audience in Nigeria. Our mission is to be your guide, that leads the way through the news. We create contents that enrich Nigerians' lives!
Temitayo Olowola (Ms) emerges second Registrar of Kings University, Odeomu, Osun state.
Before her appointment, Temitayo Olowola was the Deputy Registrar (Staff Training and Development) of the National Open University of Nigeria.
On behalf of the Management, staff and students, we congratulate her on this appointment.
It has been brought to the attention of the Management of Kings University, Odeomu that some persons are impersonating as staff, agent or representative of Kings University on WhatsApp and others social media, demanding payment from applicants.
This is to inform the general public that Management of Kings University dissociates itself from such individuals and persons and that the University does not collect cash or transfer of funds for any payment through account/s. Anyone who does business with the impersonator does so at his or her own risk.
You are reminded that all applications and payments should be through the admission portal at www.kingsuniversity.edu.ng using ATM cards suitable for such transactions or contact us for further information through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is to inform our students and esteemed Parents that Kings University will start online Examination for Quail Semester 2019/2020 Academic Session using the LMS platform.
The examination is slated to commence on Monday, 20th July, 2020.
Professor (Mrs) Adenike Kuku was appointed Acting Vice Chancellor of Kings University on 2nd January 2020, following the expiration of the tenure of the pioneer Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Oladiran Famurewa on the 31st December 2019.
Professor Adenike Kuku until her appointment as Vice Chancellor was the Dean, Faculty of Science, Chairman Ceremonials Committee and also a lecturer in the Department of Chemical Sciences.
Behold Our Visionary Vice Chancellor
A seasoned scholar and vision-driven administrator par excellence, Professor Adenike Kuku is poised to lift KU to greater heights given her passion for excellence and charismatic character. Since she assumed office, she has come up with a blueprint for taking KU to the next level as a university that is worth its salt in developing human mind, building capacity, producing competitive young graduates, creating an enabling environment for scholars to engage in cutting-edge research, and, above all, building a university instrumental to engineering and driving national and global development initiatives.
Under her administration, the university is using the Learning Management System (LMS) to give online lectures to the students of the institution in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. This system has offered staff and students an online platform to have robust academic engagements, thereby ensuring that teaching and learning are not interrupted despite the physical closure of the learning environment. Hopefully, Kings University will embark on online examination without hitches as soon as lectures are concluded online if resumption is further delayed.
The University can always count on our dynamic Vice Chancellor to deliver on all fronts no matter the odds.
- From the Office of the PRO
The fourth Annual University Lecture was grand as the Director General NAFDAC Prof. Christiana Mojisola Adeyeye, the egg head in the regulatory agencies delivered the lecture titled: Sustainable Development and Growth for the Millennial Entrepreneur: The Role of Regulatory Agencies
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