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27 May 2019
Team Save A Soul who beat 19,000 participants from 119 countries to emerge winners write in The Guardian Life on what inspires them. NWABUAKU OSSAI Inspirations are drawn from different sources. I believe that there can be no meaningful achievement without enough inspiration to push it. The constant deaths recorded daily because of the high…
6 Sep 2018
After winning the world's largest technology competition in California, the United States, Nigeria's Vice-president Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday received the team in Abuja on Thursday. The team, Save-A-Soul, on August 9, won the 2018 Technovation world pitch junior division in San Francisco. The girls, Promise Nnalue, Jessica Osita, Nwabuaku Ossai, Adaeze Onuigbo, Vivian Okoye, developed…
27 Aug 2018
The dreams of Nigeria’s world Technovation girls have been given a nudge as their home state government Monday offered support for their education, up to university level. The six girls of the Regina Pacies (Catholic) Secondary School, Onitsha — Jessica Osita, Promise Nnalue, Nwabuaku Ossai, Adaeze Onuigbo, Vivian Okoye and Igboke Oluebube Miracle — who…

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