Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Onaji Onah to judge Akweya translation competition

Onaji Joseph Onah..."Joining the panel would be a plus".
The winner of the maiden Akweya Translation Competition, Onaji Onah, has been announced as one of the judges in the August 2017 edition. While acknowledging receipt of the prize money for the July edition, Onaji confirmed his willingness to be one of the judges.

"I deeply appreciate the management of  Akweya.com and the Okenyodo Foundation for this uncommon initiative," Mr Onah wrote in an email. "I am honoured to be associated with it.

"I accept with gladness your

invitation to join the panel of judges for the August edition. Participating in the competition improved my written Akweya and spoken Akweya significantly. Joining the panel would be a plus in this regard."

Seeing beyond the

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Winner of Akweya Translation Competition announced

The winner of the first ever Akweya Translation Competition has been announced. The winner was picked from four contestants that entered for the competition before the deadline.

The criteria for judging the competition were: Vocabulary, Style, Spelling, Consistency, and Others such as translation of the title of the chapter.

The organisers also gave forty percent of the total marks for comments from readers. This was

Monday, 24 July 2017

You be part of the judges in the Akweya translation competition

Last Friday, entries closed in the first ever Akweya translation competition. On the whole, four entries were received. Now, the ball is in your court to say which translation deserves the N10,000 prize and why.  Your decision will contribute to 40% of the scores.

Put your decision in the Comments segment of this post:

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