The winners for last week’s ANSA AWARDS FOR CREATIVE WRITING (OCTOBER 2020, Week 1) are shown below, in the respective categories:

ANSA Poet of the Week Award

The nominees are:

1. Owolabi Joel for his poem, October 1

2. Nathaniel Eleojo for his poem, 60 wasted years

3. Babatunde Phemmy for his poem, A fool at 60

No entry was deemed suitable for the eventual prize.

ANSA Flash Fiction Writer of the Week Award

The nominees are:

1. Fatima Hassan for her entry, 60 hellish years

2. Jennifer Okorie for her entry, Trials

3. Sarah Okolo for her entry, Sorrows

No entry was deemed suitable for the eventual prize.

ANSA Short Story Writer of the Week Award

The nominees are:

1. Rebecca Simpson for her entry, Shadows

2. Bisi Ayodele for her entry, There was a country

3. Ebuka Okorie for his entry, The vagabond 

No entry was deemed suitable for the eventual prize.

ANSA Quote of the Week Award

The nominees are:

1. Kabiru Musa

2. Fatima Hassan

3. Babatunde Phemmy

No entry was deemed suitable for the eventual prize.

ANSA Non-Fiction Writer of the Week Award

1. Alexandria Wilde for her entry, Killing the enemy in you 

2. Adewale Ojo for his entry, Is Nigeria still the giant of Africa?

3. Ebere Okorocha for her entry, Nigeria at 60: Nothing to celebrate 

No entry was deemed suitable for the eventual prize.

There you have it… Our ANSA Medal of Honour recipients!

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Thanks to all who participated.

Congrats to the nominees!

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ANSA… for the love of writing