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Authors launch public speaking contest for students

Authors-in-School Creative Club has launched the 2022 edition of the Chief Richard Lamai Prize for Public Speaking. Lois Otse Adams, the Co-founder of the Club,…

Authors-in-School Creative Club has launched the 2022 edition of the Chief Richard Lamai Prize for Public Speaking.

Lois Otse Adams, the Co-founder of the Club, said the competition was open to only tertiary school members and non-members of the club, adding that the top prize will be presented to the winner by the Minister of State, Budget and National Planning, Prince Clem Agba.

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“The joyful thing is that we have followed a tradition worth emulating from the prize’s inception. It is three years and we are waxing stronger. By the grace of God, this edition will focus on both public and private tertiary schools, and for both members and non-members. We have further distinguished it from other editions by excluding the national executive members of the club,” she said.  

She said the competition is themed, “Government intervention: Its impact on youth innovation and creativity” while winners get cash prizes. It opened on November 1 and closes on December 31st, 2022.

The club was established in 2018 by Udukhotse Foundation to mentor young adults and students in secondary and tertiary institutions across Nigeria and to explore their creativity.