January 15, 2021

….as Amiczy gets ₦100,000 for her extraordinary hard work

Alokee Jimmy Jr, a fish farmer has been congratulated and rewarded with the sum of ₦100,000 as the official winner of the 2020 December edition of “Help A Hardworker Contest”, which is the Princewill’s Trust initiative for entrepreneurs, youths and Rivers State residents engaged in micro business ventures and all forms of hard work.

A statement made available to journalists Monday 4th January, 2021 from the Princewill’s Trust said, “The Princewill’s Trust starting 2021 with more. The December edition of the Help the Hard Worker awarded two, not one contestant, the sum of ₦200,000.”

The statement reads: “Congratulations to Amiczy Magnus who was rewarded with ₦100,000 for her extraordinary hard work during her contest in October 2020. Though she came in second place then, regardless of the challenges she faced, she pushed through and got rewarded for her hard work and unique display of dignity in defeat. Where there is a will, there is a way!She gets the discretionary quarterly award for exceptional inspiration. An award Ammonia Rita Stewart has also previously won.

 “And to the official winner of the 2020 December edition, a big congratulation goes to Alokee Jimmy Jr, a fish farmer who also ended his year with ₦100,000. A very deserving performance and another worthy winner to show us that our youths are not all lazy.

 “Hope you are all ready for 2021! The team at the Princewill’s Trust no doubt will have a lot more exciting empowerment opportunities for you! Do remember Effort = Reward. And don’t forget – #BlessedToBlessOthers #HelpTheHardWorker #YouthEmpowerment”



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Nwaorgu Faustinus

Nwaorgu Faustinus is a citizen of Nigeria, Mass Communication graduate, freelance writer, columnist, blogger, who contributes articles, commentaries, interviews and news stories to media outfits. He worked as a trainee at NTA Yola, Adamawa State where he covered Seminars, workshops, news conferences as well as political rallies amongst others from 2000-2001. After his internship, he went back to school to complete his education at the first private poly technique - OSISATECH where he obtained HDN Certificate with upper credit in Mass Communication in 2005. He lives in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State one of the oil producing States in Nigeria.