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12, 000 Nigerians To Write About Their Nigerian Dream: The ROTARY 4WayTest Initiative

Imagine the possibility of being a shareholder of the largest oil palm farm and factory in Africa.

Imagine having your name in scripted in the World's Guinness Book of record as a co-author.


Imagine the possibility of giving Nigeria a positive international image by just sending in articles, essays, prose or poems on the topic "My Dream Nigeria" of not more than 300 words for the publication of the World's largest book.

The proceeds of the book will be used to establish an Oil palm farm of which the 12,000 selected entries will be shareholders of the oil palm farm and factory.

All entries should be sent to mydreamnigeria@rotaryfourwaytest.org.

Entries should be sent before the 24th of April, 2016.

What is your dream for Nigeria? Starting writing now, let's make history together.

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