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Call For Submissions: 2017 Nigeria Christian Writers Award

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2017 NIGERIA CHRISTIAN WRITERS/LITERATURE AWARD FOURTH EDITION CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS/Nominations Nominations may be submitted in one of 15 categories: AWARD CATEGORIES     Femi Emmanuel Christian Writers Award (on Christian Inspirational/Motivational Books) A. Adeboye Christian Writers Award (on Church Planting Books Category) Ayo Babalola Christian Writers Award (on Prayer Books Category) F. Kumuyi Christian Writers Award (on Practical Evangelism Books Category) Ben Idahosa Christian Writers Award (on Salvation and Redemption Books Category) Samuel Ajayi Crowther Christian Writers Award (on Christian Fiction Category) Moses Orimolade Christian Writers Award (on Christian Biography and Autobiography Category) Samuel Oshoffa Christian Writers Award (on Tracts Evangelism Category) Henry Townsend Writers Award (on Christian/Church History Books Category) K. Olukoya Christian Writers Prize (on Church Administration Books Category) Wale Oke Christi

Etisalat Holds Workshop For Writers.

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Etisalat Nigeria will tomorrow 17 May, 2017, hold a training workshop to enhance the skills of budding writers ahead of the call for submission of entries for the 2017 Etisalat Flash Fiction Award. The workshop, scheduled to take place tomorrow at the Etisalat Training Facility in Oriental Hotel Office Complex, Lagos, will be facilitated by Ellah Allfrey an Editor and Patron of Etisalat Prize for Literature and Richard Ali, a Lawyer, Poet and Author. Richard Ali Speaking on the imperative of the workshop, Director, Brands and Experience, Etisalat Nigeria, Elvis Ogiemwanye, said the telco saw the need to organize the training session after the panel of judges for the Etisalat Flash Fiction Award announced that there was no winner for the 2016 Flash Fiction Prize as none of the entries received met the levels of creativity, quality and excellence required for the award of the Prize. “The workshop is our attempt at ensuring that the expectations of the Flash Fict