RAVIMAL - Ending Malaria for Good!

The maiden edition of the Ravimal ‘End Malaria for Good’ Essay has just rounded off with the presentation of #500,000 (Five Hundred Thousand Naira only) to our first prize winner – Victor Chukwuma Aniagu in lieu of a facility visit to our manufacturing site in India.
This presentation was done on August 30, 2017 at the office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academics, Professor Charles Esimone. In attendance were Prof. Ikemefuna Uzochukwu, Akudo Alli, Victor Ekemezie and the recipient, Victor Chukwuma Aniagu.
The Ravimal Esaay Competition, an initiative of Miral Pharm Ltd, opened with a press conference at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Agulu Campus on January 11, 2017. Over 500 students registered for the essay via our registration portal.
Our winners finally emerged on the 25th of April, 2017 receiving the following prizes:
1st Prize: One Year Scholarship of N100,000 (one hundred thousand Naira) plus a Facility Trip to India.
2nd Prize: One Year Scholarship of N100,000 (one hundred thousand Naira) plus a Laptop Computer.
3rd Prize: One Year Scholarship of N100,000 (one hundred thousand Naira) plus a Laptop Computer.
24 consolation prizes
Miral Pharm Ltd appreciates everyone who was involved in the success of this project.
To the Almighty God, from whom all good things flow, we give all glory and praise for directing the whole process.
To the executive governor of Anambra State - Gov Willie Obiano we say a very big thank you for hosting us immediately after the event. 
We are grateful to the Vice Chancellor of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka - Prof Joseph Ahaneku, DVCs - Prof Charles Esimone and Prof. (Mrs) Clara Arinze-Umeobi and Prof. Ngozi Anyikwa of the Chike Okoli Centre of Entrepreneurial Studies for giving us the enabling environment we needed at the University. To Prof Ikemefuna Uzochukwu, words cannot describe how we cherish the role you played; you gave us your time, advice and house to ensure this project came out well, God bless you richly. Dr Jane Ifechelobi of the Department of English and Dr Obinna Ekwunife of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, our able examiners who were timely and apt in their duties, we remain grateful.
To our indefatigable PSN National President His Excellency, Pharm Ahmed Yakasai, who chose to personally present the prizes to the winners in spite of his tight schedule, you are indeed a great man and we are very proud of you. Our PSN National Secretary, Pharm Iyiola Gbolagade we say thank you for spicing up the event with your presence too. To the entire PSN, Anambra State led by the ever- smiling Pharm Chisom Uchem, thanks for your inputs.
For gracing the event as the chairman of the occasion, Dr. Chidume Oranu (GMD, Krisoral Group of Companies), you will ever remain in our hearts. Daalu ri nne.
To Martin Beck Nworah- our own ‘town crier’ in NAU, and our Ravimal essay ‘foot soldiers’ - Akudo Alli and Victor Ekemezie, and our website developer, Clinton Agburum, we are extremely grateful. A special thanks to Pharm Chibuzo Okaa, the special adviser to the Governor on Pharmacy and youth affairs. Your resourcefulness is a huge blessing.
We also give kudos to our star prize winners – Victor Aniagu, David Friday and Asomba Chinonso, consolation prize winners and all others who participated in this competition. The project was termed a success because you participated.
To every other person we say ‘thank you’, ‘ese’, ‘daalu’, ‘nagode’. The task lies ahead, let’s all arise to ‘End Malaria for Good’.

Ifeyinwa Ugo-Amadi
Project Assistant

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