Superbowl Competition

Since 2009, Kachifo Limited has, through the Farafina Trust, been at the forefront of advocacy for literacy and education for Nigeria’s youths and we have sponsored a myriad of workshops in Lagos and Abuja to tackle these issues. We have also supported events such as Y.G.C(Youths for Generational Change) conference and the RISE youth forum which aim at building the intellectual capacity of our youths.

In line with this vision of empowering Nigerian youths, Farafina Books will be a part of Superbowl competition, a public speaking competition in University of Ibadan.

The Super Bowl is the biggest annual student interactive event in Nigeria’s premier university (University of Ibadan). It is a platform for healthy interaction among students, leadership development, public speaking, ideas generation, social engineering and entertainment. The 2010 edition, which holds tomorrow at 10a.m, at the Trenchard Hall of the University of Ibadan would be an occasion to celebrate Nigeria’s 50th Independence anniversary.

The first and second editions of the competition took place on February 17, 2006, and June 12, 2009 respectively. This year’s edition will have students from the following universities: Babcock University, Lead City, Ibadan; The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Redeemers University and the HOST institution, University of Ibadan discussing the topic: Nigeria at 50 and the constructive engagement of youths in the electoral process.

We, at Farafina, believe that fora such as this are crucial in building tomorrow’s leaders and as such, we would continue to give our support.


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