The Princewills Trust has announced its readiness, in partnership with the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism & CLR Education Consulting, to send another set of winners (Loveth, Alex and Omiete) of the Princewill – Trust Vision and Success Opportunity Challenge to Dubai.
A chieftain of the APC and former governorship candidate in Rivers State, Prince Tonye Princewill, has explained why he resigned his membership of the party on account of the Muslim/Muslim ticket foisted upon it by its 2023 presidential candidate, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu.
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“Nigeria’s biggest challenge in my honest opinion is not corruption or insecurity, neither is it unemployment, although it is second on my list. Our biggest problem is internal party democracy,” Prince Tonye Princewill asserts in this special online interview.
Princewills Trust in partnership with the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism (DET) (under its Education Tourism Initiative), has officially announced the commencement of the Vision and Success Opportunity Challenge, 2nd Edition.
The initiator of the challenge and founder of Princewill’s Trust, Tonye Princewill had this to say “I’m especially proud of the calibre of talent of youth we are sending to Dubai. We’ve pulled out all the stops to give these boys and girls an experience, that will not be forgotten. It’s up to them now to use what they learn to improve their immediate environment and I want the change to begin within.”
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After a keenly contested month, a fish seller, Destiny Abraham Nelson, has emerged winner of the monthly Princewill Trust help the hard worker competition put together by the hard working team of the Princewills Trust.
“So, the APC has no Governor in all of the South South. This is not just a coincidence. It is 100% self inflicted,” Tonye Prince will writes in brief Opinion.
“A misunderstood but amiable personality; his forthrightness and boldness to stand by the truth attracts so much enmity to him, particularly those who cannot withstand his manner of approach to result-oriented feats,” Eze C. Eze writes in Opinions.