Nominate Outstanding Students And Groups For ASFL West Africa Regional Awards

As we look forward to this year’s ASFL West African Regional Conference in Ibadan, Nigeria, we are glad to announce the call for nominations for our West Africa Regional Awards. This award program seeks to recognize and acclaim our most outstanding leaders in the last year and also to motivate others to do more in the advancement of liberty in the West African sub-region.

Do you know an outstanding studentevent, or student group that deserves to be recognized? Nominations are now open for the 2017 West African Regional Awards. Nominations are open till October 20. Awards will be presented at the Conference scheduled to hold at the Conference Center Hall, University of Ibadan from 27 -28 October 2017.

To nominate for:

  • Student of the Year: click here
  • Student Group of the Year: click here
  • Event of the Year: click here

Nominations end on October 20, 2017!



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