TOTAL NIGERIA PLC AWARDS WINNERS OF ITS JOB SHADOW 2016 ESSAY COMPETITION

On June 14, 2017, ten students from three schools in Kaduna who performed exceptionally well at the 2016 Total Job Shadow essay competition were recognized and rewarded by the company.

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Representatives of Total Nigeria Plc, students, teachers and management of Queen Amina College, Kaduna with the Job Shadow Essay winners from the school .

In a bid to recognize the winners and motivate other students to aspire towards greatness in their academic pursuits, the awards were presented to each of the competition winners at their schools’ general assemblies.

The students were evidently elated.  Jenifer Agada from Government Secondary School, Makera while addressing her fellow students, encouraged them to shun truancy and embrace the reading culture as that is the only way to achieve their goals and make successes of their career. 

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The principal, Government Secondary School Kakuri, Kaduna state, winners of the 2016 Total Job Shadow essay competition after receiving their gift items presented by Total Nigeria Plc’s Corporate Affairs Manager, Mr. Albert Mabuyaku

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Lydia Paul, one of the winners of the 2016 Total Job Shadow essay competition of Queen Amina College kaduna receiving her internet-ready -tablet and other gift items from the Corporate Affairs Manager, Mr. Albert Mabuyaku.

At the Government secondary school Kakuri, Mary Godwin,  one of the winners  appreciated the Management of Total Nigeria Plc for giving the students such an opportunity which for her,  prepared her better for the future and made her more resolute towards achieving her academic goals in order to become like the staff mentors she worked with at the Job shadow.

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Total Nigeria Plc representatives, students, teachers and management of Government Secondary School, Kakuri, Kaduna State with winners of the Total Job Shadow Essay competition 2016

The Corporate affairs Manager Mr. Albert Mabuyaku while presenting the gifts to the winners encouraged all the other students witnessing the presentation to aspire to be like the winners who excelled at the Job shadow program.  He said this is a sign of their commitment and dedication to their studies.  He said the company’s objective for the Job Shadow is to prepare students towards choosing the right career path as well as prepare them for great leadership roles in the future.

All three first place winners from each of the schools received internet-ready educational Tablets preloaded with educational materials, books and past examination questions and answers.  They also received Total Solar lamps to aid their studies as well as branded towels.

The second and third place winners also received Total Solar lamps and branded towels while the teachers who accompanied the students were also rewarded with gifts. The management of the schools appreciated Total Nigeria plc for the gesture.

Queen Amina College

Position Name Score
1 Lydia Paul 71.7
2 Dangara Amina 65.0
3 Fatima Usman 61.7

Govt. Secondary School, Makera

Position Name Score
1 Rebecca Ajala 75.0
2 Caleb Kur 63.3
3 Hafsat Abubakar 58.3
3 Jennifer Agada 58.3

Govt. Secondary School, Kakuri

Position Name Score
1 Angela Lordye 78.3
2 Favour Emmanuel 68.3
3 Mary Godwin 63.3