Africa World Airlines Offers Nigerian Students Incentives
As part of its corporate culture of identifying with young talents and empowering the youths, Africa World Airlines (AWA) recently offered incentives to a couple of young Nigerian students for excelling in the 6th National Travel Essay Competition (NTEC 2014/15) organised annually by Travel & Business News, a leading air transport journal.
The presentation was made by the airline’s head of sales and ticketing, Nigeria, Mrs. Genevieve Fiewor during a courtesy visit by the students and their parents to the carrier’s corporate office in Marina, Lagos.
Miss Kyllians Emmanuella, an SS2 student of Murtala Muhammed Airport Secondary School (MMASS), Ikeja who came 2nd in the Secondary Schools Category of the air transport writing contest, and Mr. Igweonu Tobenna, a 100 Level Law Student of the University of Lagos (Unilag) who also took 2nd position in the Tertiary Institutions Category of the contest emerged as recipients of the AWA Prize which included a free ticket to Accra, Ghana as well as other gift items.
The topics of their essays were: “Airport Development As A Stimulus For Economic Growth” and “Encouraging More Women Into Helicopter Aviation,” in the Secondary Schools and Tertiary Institutions categories respectively.