September 18, 2020

SYNW Appoints Olugbuyiro Success as SYNW Coordinator in UI (University of Ibadan)

 

SYNW APPOINTS OLUGBUYIRO SUCCESS AS SYNW COORDINATOR IN UI (UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN)


The Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) has announced the appointment of Olugbuyiro Success as her Coordinator in UI (University of Ibadan).

In a statement made available to pressmen today, Wole Adedoyin, the National President of the Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) said, Olugbuyiro Success will be responsible for connecting students with SYNW’s resources, organizing monthly readings, workshops, competitions with support from individuals, corporate bodies and the National body, while also supporting them in ways that help promote reading culture in UI and enhance their literary career.

In order to achieve SYNW’s aim of promoting creative writing and book reading among Nigerian students between the ages of 10 and 35 in our various universities, the Society of Young Nigerian Writers has again appointed Olugbuyiro Success as Coordinator of the young writers’ body in UI (University of Ibadan).

We look forward to seeing the initiatives that Olugbuyiro Success introduces and continues at the campus,” Adedoyin said.

Olugbuyiro Success is a 300 level Student of the department of Physiology, University of Ibadan. She emerged winner of the Food For Thought challenge essay contest organized by Farmz2U, an agri-tech company recently. One of her works was long-listed for the Punocracy Prize Satire 2020. She is also the president-elect of her department’s association.

She is an avid reader, and a ready writer of what catches her attention about life. Her writings cut across poetry, drama, short stories, fiction and nonfiction.

She is also an entrepreneur, a budding farmer and an advocate for mental health, good politics and gender equality. She writes, believing to make foot prints in the sand of time.

SYNW finally urges other students who are interested in starting SYNW Chapters in their various universities to send their Letter of expression of interest to woleadedoyin@gmail.com or Whatsapp @ 08072673852

 

 

 

 

 

SYNW Appoints Okeke Bright Chukwuison as SYNW Coordinator in IMSU (Imo State University)

 

SYNW APPOINTS OKEKE BRIGHT CHUKWUISON AS SYNW COORDINATOR IN IMSU (IMO STATE UNIVERSITY)


The Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) has announced the appointment of Okeke Bright Chukwuison as her Coordinator in IMSU (Imo State University).

In a statement made available to pressmen today, Wole Adedoyin, the National President of the Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) said, Okeke Bright Chukwuison will be responsible for connecting students with SYNW’s resources, organizing monthly readings, workshops, competitions with support from individuals, corporate bodies and the National body, while also supporting them in ways that help promote reading culture in IMSU and enhance their literary career.

In order to achieve SYNW aim of promoting creative writing and book reading among Nigerian students between the ages of 10 and 35 in our various universities, the Society of Young Nigerian Writers has again appointed Okeke Bright Chukwuison as Coordinator of the young writers’ body in IMSU (Imo State University).

We look forward to seeing the initiatives that Okeke Bright Chukwuison introduces and continues at the campus,” Adedoyin said.

Okeke Bright. Chukwuison is a 300 level student of History and International Studies department in Imo State University,Owerri. He is also an award winning poet and literary activist.

SYNW finally urges other students who are interested in starting SYNW Chapters in their various universities to send their Letter of expression of interest to woleadedoyin@gmail.com or Whatsapp @ 08072673852

 

 

 

 

SYNW Appoints Enitan Abdultawab as SYNW Co-Coordinator in UNILAG (University of Lagos)

 

SYNW APPOINTS ENITAN ABDULTAWAB AS SYNW CO-COORDINATOR IN UNILAG (UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS)


The Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) has announced the appointment of Olugbuyiro Success as her Coordinator in UNILAG (University of Lagos).

In a statement made available to pressmen today, Wole Adedoyin, the National President of the Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) said, Enitan Abdultawab will be responsible for connecting students with SYNW’s resources, organizing monthly readings, workshops, competitions with support from individuals, corporate bodies and the National body, while also supporting them in ways that help promote reading culture in UI and enhance their literary career.

In order to achieve SYNW’s aim of promoting creative writing and book reading among Nigerian students between the ages of 10 and 35 in our various universities, the Society of Young Nigerian Writers has again appointed Enitan Abdultawab as Co-Coordinator of the young writers’ body in UNILAG (University of Lagos).

We look forward to seeing the initiatives that Enitan Abdultawab introduces and continues at the campus,” Adedoyin said.

Enitan Abdultawab is a poet, essayist and content editor. Born on 31st of July, 2000 in a family of five in Sagamu. He hails from Ilejemeje, Ekiti State. He schooled in Sagamu where he attended Imperial College and Methodist Comprehensive College for his junior and senior secondary education respectively. In the latter, he represented the school in various literary competitions. His works have been published in various online magazines, most notably the Shallow Tales Review, Poemify Magazine and Gabi Magazine. Some of his works are Orisagamu Ewa, Force And Forces, Blind Eyes (Poetry); The Viper, With The Whisperer Fettered (Short Stories); Together Towards Tomorrow, So Long A Letter: An Expressive Approach(Articles).He is currently a year one English student of the University of Lagos. 

 

SYNW finally urges other students who are interested in starting SYNW Chapters in their various universities to send their Letter of expression of interest to woleadedoyin@gmail.com or Whatsapp @ 08072673852

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYNW Appoints Ademola Oluwabukola Christianah as SYNW Coordinator in the Federal Polytechnic Ede, Osun State

 

SYNW APPOINTS ADEMOLA OLUWABUKOLA CHRISTIANAH AS SYNW COORDINATOR IN THE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE, OSUN STATE 


In order to achieve SYNW aim of promoting creative writing and book reading among Nigerian students between the ages of 10 and 35 in our various universities, the Society of Young Nigerian Writers has appointed Ademola Oluwabukola Christianah as Coordinator of the writers’ body in the Federal Polytechnic Ede, Osun State.

In a statement made available to pressmen today, Wole Adedoyin, the National President of the Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) said, Ademola Oluwabukola Christianah will be responsible for connecting students with SYNW’s resources, organizing monthly readings, workshops, competitions with support from individuals, corporate bodies and the National body, while also supporting them in ways that help promote reading culture in FED POLY EDE and enhance their literary career.

We look forward to seeing the initiatives that Ademola Oluwabukola Christianah introduces and continues at the campus,” Adedoyin said.

Ademola Oluwabukola Christianah is currently studying Nutrition and Dietetics at the Federal Polytechnic Ede, Osun State ,Nigeria. She is writer and poulterer.

 

She has written several poems so as to impact knowledge to attentive readers on certain issues that has eaten deeply into the flesh of our society. She has also acquired 2 certificates from Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Dubai.  She is currently the Deputy Campus Director of Hultprize federal Polytechnic Ede.

 

Ademola Oluwabukola Christianah is a passionate young lady with great dream of leading the generation to change the world by Writing inspirational poems, Health and Nutrition advocacy,  Entrepreneurship .

 

SYNW finally urges other students who are interested in starting SYNW Chapters in their various universities to send their Letter of expression of interest to woleadedoyin@gmail.com or Whatsapp @ 08072673852

 

SYNW Appoints Nathaniel Okeke as SYNW Coordinator in FUO (Federal University Otuoke)

 

SYNW APPOINTS NATHANIEL OKEKE AS SYNW COORDINATOR IN FUO (FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OTUOKE)


In order to achieve SYNW’s aim of promoting creative writing and book reading among Nigerian students between the ages of 10 and 35 in our various universities, the Society of Young Nigerian Writers has appointed Nathaniel Okeke as Coordinator of the writers’ body in the Federal University Otuoke (FUO)

In a statement made available to pressmen today, Wole Adedoyin, the National President of the Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) said, Nathaniel Okeke will be responsible for connecting students with SYNW’s resources, organizing monthly readings, workshops, competitions with support from individuals, corporate bodies and the National body, while also supporting them in ways that help promote reading culture in FUO and enhance their literary career.
We look forward to seeing the initiatives that
Nathaniel Okeke introduces and continues at the campus,” Adedoyin said.

Nathaniel Okeke is an author, editor and certified caterer. His books include ‘I Do Not Need a Woman’ (short stories, 2015), ‘My Book of Songs’ (children poetry, 2017) and ‘To the Man I Love’ (novel, 2020). Nathaniel has works published in several literary anthologies and magazines. His awards include the NDU Essay Award (2015), Asian Literary Society's Bronze Award for Children Poetry (2018), the FUOTUOKE Faculty of Arts and Humanities Best Writer of the Year Award (2019). He is presently studying English and Communications Studies at the Federal University Otuoke.

 

SYNW finally urges other students who are interested in starting SYNW Chapters in their various universities to send their Letter of expression of interest to woleadedoyin@gmail.com or Whatsapp @ 08072673852