The maiden edition of the Daily Guide Essay competition has been launched in Accra with the aim of encouraging the reading and writing culture among the youth. Editor of Daily Guide Newspaper, Alhaji A. R Gomda during the launch on Wednesday, said that the competition is to test the knowledge of entrants and to encourage them to take an interest in both national and international affairs. He added that participants must be first-degree graduates interested in furthering. “We are expecting about 1,000 first degree holders to enter this competition but they should be interested. This is a great opportunity… We hope to have it yearly depending on how this year’s competition goes.” Chief Executive Officer and founder of Study Abroad West Africa, Akua Konadu Kusi said the winner will not only have the opportunity to study abroad but will also get to select his preferred course.
“The winner will get the opportunity to do their masters at the Glocal University in India, with a wide range of courses to choose from.” She said. She added that, the scholarship will take the form of tuition and accommodation and hopefully the ticket of the winner. “We are still working around the clock to get sponsors to take care of the flight of the winner but this scholarship covers accommodation and tuition”, she emphasized The competition is set to commence on 17th May 2017 to 14th July 2017 on the topic, “Encouraging the reading culture in a Developing country – Ghana’s Social Media Era”, with renowned lecturers and professionals as Jury.
How to Enter:
Complete and Cut out the entry form portion in the Daily Guide Newspaper from 17th May 2017 to 14th July 2017. Drop your printed script together with the cutout form at the Daily Guide office at Keta close, Nima residential, near the Nima Police Station.
Complete and take a snapshot of the full page of the entry form in the Daily Guide Newspaper from 17th May 2017 to 14th July 2017. Email your script together with the snapshot to firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete Entry Form and upload script on www.dailyguideafrica.com.