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The Nigeria Centenary Celebrations Schedule of Events

As you may be aware, the Thank God Its Centenary (TGIC) is a youth focused programme aimed at making Nigeria's youths actively involved in the Nigeria Centenary Celebrations through the knowledge of Nigeria's history.

So far, the TGIC team have successfully organised TGIC Quiz in three out of the six geo-political zones of Nigeria.

While the TGIC train #‎continues to move from one geo-political zone to another, below are some of the activities lined up to mark Nigeria's Centenary celebrations.

Thursday 27th February, 2014.
International Conference on Human Security, Peace and Development
Venue: International Conference Centre, Abuja.
Time: 10 a.m

Thursday 27th February, 2014
Concert, Multimedia Show and Fireworks Display
National Stadium,
Abuja.
Time: 6.00p.m

Friday 28th February, 2014
Special Jumma'at Prayer, National Mosque,
Abuja.
Time: 1.00pm

Friday 28th February, 2014
Centenary Anniversary Presentation and Award Night/Dinner Banquet Hall, State House,
Presidential Villa,
Abuja.
Time: 6.00p.m

Sunday 2nd March, 2014.
Special Thanksgiving Service,
National Ecumenical Centre,
Abuja.
Time: 2.00p.m

For details visit: www.nigeriacentenary.com.ng for more

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