Righting Our Story

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A collection of short stories, poems, flash fiction and essays that envision a healthier Nigeria.

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WeNaija is the brainchild of the Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund and was launched to champion advocacy while reskilling and retooling the Nigerian Youths for the post-covid era.

The NSSF launched this campaign with its maiden edition in December 2021. The focus was to increase youth participation in advocacy and give them a voice as seen in the photo contest- They told their stories through their lenses.

“Righting our story” is the collective voice of Nigerians showcasing their creativity and hope for a healthier Nigeria.

  • Weight:  0.3 kg
  • Dimensions: 60 × 35 × 50 cm

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April 5, 2023

Excellent job on health care .

Felicia Chukwu

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February 15, 2023

Very informative and I particularly like the poems being a poet myself

Onwuchekwa Elizabeth
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Meet The Contributors

Hadiza Abdulkarim

Poetry

Ajibola Mikail

Short Stories

Olumide Ojo Emmanuel

Non-Fiction

Chinaza Philomena Nnam

Poetry

Miracle Elvis

Short Stories

Hajaarh Muhammad Bashar

Non-Fiction

Victor Omoyele

Poetry

Oluwagbemisola Akinjobi

Short Stories

Jonathan Ashaye

Non-Fiction

CHIDIEBERE UGWUMBA

Poetry

Chisom Okoh

Short Stories

Uche Orji

Peace Egwuonwu

Daniel Praise

Flash Fiction

Sonaike Oluwasegun

Poetry

Gerald Ewa

Short Stories

Chika Emmanuel

Non-Fiction

Doyin Odekunle

Flash Fiction

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Rated 5 out of 5
April 5, 2023

Excellent job on health care .

Felicia Chukwu

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Rated 5 out of 5
February 15, 2023

Very informative and I particularly like the poems being a poet myself

Onwuchekwa Elizabeth
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Stella Ojekwe-Onyejeli

Non-Executive Director, Board of Rand Merchant Bank Nigeria Limited

Mrs. Ojekwe-Onyejeli has 30 years comprehensive experience leading diverse teams developing & growing businesses and delivering value within dynamic high-pressure environments. Her competencies include assurance, financial management, advisory, risk management, fund management, infrastructure project development, operations and general management cutting across professional services, banking, and asset management sectors.

She is currently an Independent Non-Executive Director on the Board of Rand Merchant Bank Nigeria Limited, Non-Executive Director on the Boards of Infrastructure Credit Guarantee Company Limited (InfraCredit) and the Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund (NSSF) and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Risk Management Association of Nigeria (RIMAN).

She served creditably for nine years as Executive Director with the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) until the end of her tenure in October 2021. In addition to being appointed Executive Director on the Board of the Authority, she was also initially the Chief Risk Officer before handling an expanded role as Chief Operating Officer of the Authority.

Before the NSIA she had a distinguished tenure as Director and Head of Operational Risk and Control at Barclays based in Dubai, where she covered 15 countries spanning Africa, Middle-East and Asia. Prior to this, she was a Vice President and Head of Quality Assurance, Africa, at Citibank, South Africa, with direct oversight of the enterprise risk and control environment in 14 countries across Africa. Hitherto, she spent over a decade at professional services firms Arthur Anderson and KPMG in Nigeria and South Africa, providing financial and transaction advisory as well as business assurance services.

Mrs. Ojekwe-Onyejeli is a qualified Chartered Financial and Tax Accountant as well as a scholar of the Federal Government of Nigeria and Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria prize winner. She holds a first degree in Chemistry from the University of Lagos, a master’s degree in Business Administration obtained from Cranfield School of Management, United Kingdom, she is a member of the Oxford Business & Wharton Executive Education Alumni and is also a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria. She also recently completed the Insead International Directors Programme in November 2021.

In addition to the Board of the NSIA, she has also previously served on the Board of NewGlobe Education Services Ltd (Formally Bridge International) and as the Chairman of the Statutory Audit Committee of the Development Bank of Nigeria.