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Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) Essay Competition for Senior Secondary School Students, 2016

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is pleased to announce the
commencement of the 2016 edition of its annual Essay Competition. ",
"Building a Sustainable Capital Market", is one of the Exchange's
financial literacy and inclusion initiatives aimed at building a
financially savvy generation.
Essay Topic:
What is the biggest obstacle to saving and investing money and how can
The Nigerian Stock Exchange help?
Essay Deadline is
October 14, 2016.
To download the form simply click
http://www.nse.com.ng/aboutus-site/Corporate-Social-Responsibility-site/PublishingImages/about-us/corporate-social-responsibility/essay/NSE%20ESSAY%20FORM.doc

To submit your form Send your completed entry form/essay via e-mail to
essay@nse.com.ng
For more information on prizes and offers
check out http://scholarship-positions.com/nigerian-stock-exchange-nse-essay-competition-nigerians/2016/09/08/

TRANSITION IN GOVERNMENT: WHAT HOPE FOR AGRICULTURE?

It was indeed a historic day. A day that has been anticipated for four
long years. A day that has generated much quarrels and dispute. A day,
the only day, when sovereignty truly belongs to the people. On this
day, we saw men, women, young and old marching to the same location to
choose between 'change' and 'continuity', the umbrella or the broom.
It was the 28th day of March, a Saturday, the Election Day. And
coincidentally, my birthday.
An election means different things to different people. To a
politician, it's a battle that must not be lost. A thug sees a festive
season while an INEC official perceives the opportunity to make their
retirement gratuity in one day. However, to a man who earns his daily
bread tilling the ground, an election and its succeeding transition
holds no meaning if it does not makes his wilting crops greener. Of
what use is a barren new wife? Of what use is the transition in
government if it does not translate to more birds in his pen, mo…