Mujeebat Idris cliches bronze in 2021 QUEEN’S COMMONWEALTH ESSAY COMPETITION

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By Ola Daniel

The Royal Commonwealth Society, United Kingdom has adjudged Mujeebat Idris of Ansar-ud-Deen International College, Oke Ata, Abeokuta, Nigeria the bronze award winner in the 2021 Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition.

The title of the essay was “Post Covid-19: If I were President”.

In a certificate signed by the Chair, Royal Commonwealth Society, Dr Linda Yueh; Chair, Junior Judging Panel,Paul Edmondson and Chair, Senior Judging Panel,Imtiaz Dharker, Mujeebat Idris was awarded a bronze in the keenly contested online International Essay Competition.

The certificate reads in part ” This is to certify that the Royal Commonwealth Society, on the recommendation of the judges, has awarded this certificate to Mujeebat Idris.”

A poet, Mujeebat was Senior Prefect at Ansar-ud-Deen International College, Abeokuta. She has won several prizes for her College in essay and debate competitions.

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