Dear family,friends,and well wishers,
Compliments of the season. I trust that you have been fine, and from a glance at our timeline, I can see that we are still doing what we do best– telling Naija’s stories. I am glad and honoured to be one of you, and I want you to know that.
I am here to ask for your support for the Etisalat Flash Fiction Prize entry : Dressed Like A Prince.
Dressed Like A Prince (DLAP) is a 300 word story that narrates the events in the lives of two Nigerian children on Independence day. It is a tale of hope, lack, dreams, and pain. In its brevity it tries to show the realities of modern day Nigeria: Child Abuse, insecurity, poverty amidst plenty, government insensitivity, the plight of the girl child, jungle justice, the death of talent, the brevity of life and more. It is not a perfect story but I hope you will read it and perhaps like it. I hope you will like it enough to give me your support.
To support DLAP, Please visit this link: www.etisalatprize.com/dressed-like-a-prince
Read: Dressed Like A Prince by N. Bassey
Click: Vote For Me , under the story (if you like it)
Share: click the Facebook and Twitter share buttons beneath the story or use the link to spread the word in all the creative ways you can think up.
Thank you for supporting our dream.
Thank you for supporting Literacy nd Literature in Africa.
Thank you for supporting the Dressed Like A Prince campaign. 🙂