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Win $300 by participating in “I Voted Awareness Competition”

If you are a young Nigerian and have been passionate about seeing Nigeria’s democracy grow, then here is your chance!

Youngstars Foundation needs young people across the country who will create awareness on post election engagement between now and 13th May 2012, using our recently produced film: “I Voted, Now Wetin” – a youth friendly democracy video on post election engagement. You can create this awareness by showing the film in your neighbourhood, football viewing centres, eateries, secondary schools, tetiary institutions, television stations, etc.

The youth who creates the most awareness using the film: “I Voted, Now wetin?” wins $300.

Competition Modality:

    1. To participate in the competition, Send “I Voted Awareness Competition”, Name, Email Address and State of Residence as an sms to 07035535876 or 08098333348.
    2. AFTER 24hrs of sending us the sms, contact your state film distributor . [State film distributors are listed below]
    3. Download our reporting format and use it to report your event and also keep attendance of the people present during your event. Make sure phone numbers are filled in the attendance sheet because We will use the phone numbers to make random calls to verify the authenticity of your report.
    4. Every awareness you create using the film must have a separate report and attendance sheet.
    5. Send your reports to [email protected]

List of State Film Distributors

Winner gets $300 and runner-up gets $100.

Must be between 18 and 35years of age and Resident in Nigeria.

Closing Date:
13th May, 2012

About The Film:
“I Voted, Now Wetin?” is a 50minutes video produced to encourage youths to sustain engagement with elected officials and to also empower them with the required tools on how to effectively engage with elected officials to deliver campaign promises.


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      wrote on March 17th, 2012 at 7:51 am


      Hi Ovie, names of state film distributors will be online soon. We will email you when that happens. Cheers.

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    wrote on March 21st, 2012 at 7:11 pm


    Thank you,Mr Bangwell and Sir Bola. In support of your initiative,Democratisation remains incomplete as a process until the Electorates are genuinely-empowered from the hard-earned resources,paid as taxes and the precious time spent in casting votes and defending such.We shall get there,soon.

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    wrote on March 25th, 2012 at 3:33 pm


    ‘ I VOTED AWARENESS COMPETITION’ is a good notion,to ensure that dividends of Democracy gets to the man in the remotest area.Keep it up.

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    wrote on March 28th, 2012 at 3:37 pm


    Youngstars always in the right direction: ‘I VOTED AWARENESS COMPETITION’ will really make waves. You guys are great. I wish many young people will take time and watch this film and learn some lesson than attaching than going for the money. Just watch and make money as well, what an opportunity.

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    wrote on April 4th, 2012 at 9:54 am

    Jean Claude NSHIMIYIMANA

    Why Nigerian only? There isn’t the opportunities for Rwandans youth? Let me know.

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    wrote on May 18th, 2012 at 3:42 pm


    I Voted, Now Wetin has created a wave of change among young people who were opportune to watch this inspiring film. it has enabled us in Anambra State to begin to form youth organizations for social changes around the communities. This is a must watch for every young person especially the changer-Makers, it will inspire us to be more focused, resilient and purposeful when making our demands. This has been a major lesson across board to those who has watched this film. Thank you Youngstars for always being there for us, I am proud to associate with you, just keep it up and shield yourself from politicians.

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