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NNPC/Chevron 2017 National Art Competition For Secondary Schools

Chevron Nigeria Limited, in collaboration with its Joint Venture partner, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Education invites entries for: National Art Competition for Secondary School Children 2017.

Theme: The Nigerian Spirit

Eligible Participants
Students in JSS1 – SSS 3 classes in Nigeria Secondary Schools.

Rules and Regulations
Specifications:
Format: Painting
Medium: Posters, water colour, oil colour or acrylic
Size: Not exceeding 60cm x 45cm
Colour: Free
Application Closing Date
30th July, 2017.


Method of Application
Please supply the following information at the back of each work:
*Full Name
*Age
*Class
*Full address, telephone numbers and email address of Student’s School
*Phone number of Student, Art Teacher or Tutor, School Principal and Student’s Parents or responsible guardian.


Entries should be addressed and submitted to:
Abuja
Policy, Government & Public Affairs,
Chevron Nigeria Limited,
17, Hon. Justice Mohammed,
Bello Street,
Asokoro,
Abuja.

Mrs. M.O. Onyegbu
Federal Ministry of Education
Federal Secretary Phase III,
RM 812 (8th floor),
Abuja.


Lagos State
Policy, Government & Public Affairs,
Chevron Nigeria Limited,
2, Chevron Drive,
Lekki-Epe Expressway,
Lekki, Pennisula,
Lagos State.


Warri
Policy, Government & Public Affairs,
Chevron Nigeria Limited,
Km 4 Warri,
New Port Expressway,
P.M.B 1244, Warri,
Delta State.


Bayelsa
Chevron Liaison Office,
Major Oputa Street,
By Chief Amange Street,
GRA, Yenagoa, 
Bayelsa State.

Note
*Participants are advised to adhere strictly to the theme and rules of the competition.
*All works must be original and unaided.

For more enquires please contact: 
Joy Oziomaaka
Phone: (01 – 2772222) Ext: 68210
Email: [email protected]

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1 Comment

  1. Anonymous

    August 30, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    I pray to win this competition:-from Ezeh Ikenna henry

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