The NELOC Personality of the month debuts in August! This platform seeks individuals with skills that promote peace, progress and nati...

The NELOC Personality of the month debuts in August!

This platform seeks individuals with skills that promote peace, progress and nationwide transformation. We hope to feature individuals with inspiring lifestyles whose living evolve around unique opportunities that have in one way or the other meaningfully shaped their thoughts, personal or career development, community engagement, innovation, breakthrough or social/global perspectives, projects and actions.


The NELOC Personality of the month does not restrict by religion, profession, age, background or societal status. We are however cautious to select profiles that will inspire other individuals to greatness.


The NELOC Personality of the month has a deadline for submissions to be the 20th day of Every Month. Please note that ALL entries WILL be reviewed. WE would PUBLISH the MOST DETAILED PROFILE. Our Personality of the month will be posted every first week of the month.


Also note that our choice to publish your profile is largely hinged on the details you provide- a sparsely detailed profile WILL NOT be published.
To nominate your self or another individual for the NELOC personality of the Month, please fill the form here

The New Man Movement is pleased to announce Opeyimika Aremu, Oladoyin Ayodeji Victor and Enomah Exploit Ebubechukwu as prize winners for t...


The New Man Movement is pleased to announce Opeyimika Aremu, Oladoyin Ayodeji Victor and Enomah Exploit Ebubechukwu as prize winners for the 2018 edition of the New Man Writing Contest Prize (in honour of HRM, Oba Adedokun Abolarin Omoniyi, Aroyinkeye I, Orangun Ile of Oke-Ila Orangun) which opened for submissions on 18th November, 2017 till March 21st, 2018, and received 1004 works of art in poetry, drama and prose from students drawn from over 100 secondary schools in Africa.


Opeyimika Aremu won the first prize with her short story, "Imagine" while Oladoyin Ayodeji Victor, followed with his poem ‘The fall of Africa’ and Enomah Exploit Ebubechukwu's short story, "Ifeoma" came third place.


*The prize winners are entitled to a winning award plaque prize, an exclusive feature in our media partner outlets and the third collection of The New Man Writing Contest Series to be published later in the year.*
Brigitte Poirson, chair of the judging panel including James Coburn, and Brian Kasaine appraised the winning entries as diverse in style with mentions to exceptional creativity, judicious use of imagery, especially seen in the skillful use of symbols and metaphors.


The New Man Writing Contest Prize, initiated in 2016, solely aims to comb out the forest of literary virginity and creativity among students of secondary schools in Africa. She has received over 3,000 entries since inception, with winning entries from Ojuko Temitayo, Arukuje Olusegun, Agu Gift, Osinachi James and Onyekwelu Chinwenite Kingsley.

I congratulate the winners. Please do follow us on social media and check your emails frequently for details of our book launch later this year. It will be a dual ceremony as we would celebrate our last year winners too.
Congratulations again! Cheers!


Nelson Vincent,
President, New Man Movement.


The prize winners of this current edition was announced via the website (www.thenewman.org.ng) earlier today


http://www.thenewman.org.ng/2018/07/new-man-writing-contest-prize-2018.html

The 21st century impossibilities that cloud the blogosphere, the irregularities of the cyberspace, or the deals of thought as we strive to c...

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The fashion conscious society may try to portray herself as being unobsessed with certain trends. One of these trendy fashions are the wool ...

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On this episode of our Studentpreneur Interview Series, Della shares her entrepreneurial story with NELOC Media. Let's walk the talk....


On this episode of our Studentpreneur Interview Series, Della shares her entrepreneurial story with NELOC Media. Let's walk the talk.
NELOC Media: Can we meet you?
Della: I'm Abayomi Adeola Tolulope. I'm a law student, blogger, entrepreneur, teens coach and humanitarian.
NELOC Media: Could you tell us more about your brand, My Fine Wears?
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The Law Students' Society of the Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife in the spirit study of emerging trends in the 21st century legal...

The Law Students' Society of the Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife in the spirit study of emerging trends in the 21st century legal practice scene is set to host the National Legal Career Opportunities Conference (NLCOC). According to the conference release, a resolution to be a hotshot lawyer is predicated on readiness of budding lawyers  to "take the bull by the horns" vis-à-vis a good blend of requisite knowledge and ​timely​ exposure.
The Law Students' Society, Obafemi Awolowo University  has consistently shown interest in emerging areas of law and the opportunities available to young lawyers, having organized