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Fidelity Bank calls for entries into Read2Lead initiative to promote young writers nationwide

Fidelity Bank Plc, has launched a creative writing competition for secondary school students named Read2Lead as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives designed to empower Nigerian youths with quality education.

Read2lead, the three-stage competition, would see secondary school students hone their reading and writing skill while competing for millions of naira in cash rewards, a book publishing deal, and the chance to have their school library renovated by the bank.

At the end of the 3-staged competition, the star-prize winner would go home with N2 million in cash, a book publishing deal worth N2 million and another N2 million to upgrade his/her school’s library; the first runner-up will receive a N1.5 million cash prize; and the second runner-up will be awarded N1 million.

The first stage of the Read2Lead initiative is tagged: “The National Writing Showdown”, would see participants from across Nigeria compete for a coveted spot among the top 150 writers through a creative writing task. Successful students would thereafter move to the second stage known as “The Sweeta Writing Mastery”, where they would be tasked with writing an alternate ending for one of the selected books they would be asked to read.

In the third and final stage, “The Author’s Workshop”, the top 30 participants would participate in an immersive writing boot camp which would be anchored by experienced writers and facilitators who would also select the top three finalists.

To sign up your child or ward for the initiative, visit Fidelity Bank.

Registration ends on January 31, 2024.

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