She wrote...."The Miss Universe contest has come and gone. It has been a unique experience in its own way and I'm so glad I was able to go and share this experience with all of you.
What got me thinking at some stage of the competition is how important it is for all the ladies to be well versed, smart and concise public speakers with good oratory skills. I also received numerous messages from young students asking how I've been able to stand confidently in front of large audiences on different world stages.
And I then realised many young ladies and men need more encouragement in the area of public speaking and speech delivery, most lack the opportunity to cultivate it, so I thought about it and I am pleased to announce the launch of "THE UNOAKU ANYADIKE FOUNDATION "
The primary aim of the foundation, is to have students in Tertiary, Secondary and Primary institutions write essays yearly on a given topic which will be assessed by a professional and dedicated panel.
The top ten (10) will be given the opportunity to come before an audience and top judges to deliver and defend their written essays.The top three from each category would be chosen and gifted with cash prizes, in addition to this, the winner will be presented with the Annual Unoaku Anyadike Award for public speaking.
This is open to ALL students in Nigeria. Stay glued to this page to find out more about the opening and closing dates for all essays in your category, where to submit and where the final would take place.
The Unoaku Anyadike Foundation also encompasses other charitable work, lets join hands in making Nigeria great as we the youths are the leaders of tomorrow and only with confidence not just beauty can we achieve greatness... "