Kaduna Based Photographer Drops Stunning Pictures of Models In Ankara[See Photos]

One of the most sort after photographers in Kaduna, Michael Tobi Emmanuel, CEO M.T.E. Photography, last week released beautiful pictures from his most recent project work tagged Ankara & Photography.

The A-rated wedding and portrait photographer said he embarked on the project to promote Nigeria’s locally made attires.

I had a photoshoot session with a model and needed a yellow backdrop which at that time was not available. So I decided to use something more of a muslin backdrop with a touch of yellow and had to opt for Ankara fabric due to time constraint. It came out pretty well and at that point, I knew Ankara and photography would be something special so I decided to put it to work.

Talk about creativity!

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Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic: Passion, Glory and Teamspirit.

Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic is a community of students, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.

ENACTUS (formerly known as SIFE) had modest beginnings in Texas where the National Leadership Institute’s Robert T. “Sonny” Davis, an attorney in the United States, founded it in 1975. Each year, university teams were invited to attend leadership-training programs where they would learn the principles of free enterprise and develop leadership skills. They were challenged to go back to their campuses and conduct free enterprise outreach projects in their communities.

At the end of the year, the teams were invited to present the outcome of their efforts to judges at regional competitions who evaluated how well they taught others a working knowledge of the free enterprise system.
During the late 1990’s, SIFE expanded internationally into Albania, Brazil, South Korea, Ukraine, Russia and Uzbekistan.
In the year 2000, SIFE saw its most significant growth with new program operations opening in Australia, Belarus, Botswana, Ghana, Malaysia, Nigeria, Philippines, South Africa and United Kingdom.
In July 2001, SIFE held its inaugural SIFE World Cup competition in London, England, where National Champion SIFE Teams from 17 countries vied for the title of SIFE World Cup Champion.
In 2012 SIFE was changed to ENACTUS to more truly reflect the spirit of Entrepreneurship and action which is our purpose.

Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic, The Pride Of The Nation.

Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic is the most decorated team in Nigeria, haven won the Enactus national competition six times with the most recent success in the year 2016 for the project “Donate A Book” which abetted the return of over 298 children in the dalori 1 camp of the Internally Displaced Persons camp in Borno state back to school.

Later that year Kaduna Polytechnic team represented Nigeria at the Enactus World Cup 2016 in Toronto, Canada where they presented the project “Donate A Book” and emerged the third runner up amongst teams featured from 33 countries, qualified from 1,700 campuses and 69,000 student participants.

In his keynote address at the event, the Canadian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Perry John Calderwood commended the energy and creativity of the Nigerian youths.

They were also second runner up behind the United Kingdom and eventual champions Germany out of 35 competing countries at the Enactus Worldcup in Cancun, Mexico in 2013.

The team has represented the country in South Africa, France and Spain.

2018 Recruitment

Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic is seeking students that are talented, hard working, value-driven leaders with a competitive spirit and desire to succeed with a sense of integrity and desire to give something back.

As a member of Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic, you’ll be joining a worldwide network of more than 70,500 other students who are each making their own contribution toward our shared mission of creating a better world.

It’s an experience that will change the lives of those in need and quite possibly your own as well.
Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic team is the most decorated Enactus team in Nigeria.

Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic will be recruiting its new members in the month of March 2018. The recruitment process will be carried out in four phases, which includes a written aptitude test which is the first stage of the selection process, and then followed by an oral interview for candidates who emerge successful at the aptitude test.

Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic is seeking students that are talented, hard working, value-driven leaders with a competitive spirit and desire to succeed with a sense of integrity and desire to give something back.

The next phase of the recruitment is the marathon training. The marathon is an intensive two-week course, designed to hone the entrepreneurial, managerial and leadership attributes of applicants which is meant to equip them with the skills necessary to Serve as a model of good attitude and use approaches that others can emulate in the world of business and entrepreneurship.

The final phase of the recruitment process is the entrepreneurship week. This is aimed at putting into practice all what the applicants have learnt throughout the phase of the marathon training. The entrepreneurship week seeks to actuate the entrepreneurial spirit of every potential member as this is a must have attribute of any Enactus Member.

Having gone through all these phases, successful candidates will be shortlisted and inducted as bonafide members of Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic.

Enactus Kaduna Polytechnic provides the opportunity for students to make a meaningful difference in their communities, while gaining the experience, skills and contacts necessary to build a successful career.

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Super Creative Nigerian Artists And Thier Amazing Work

In the spirit of Independence Day, we would love to celebrate the beautiful art works of some Nigerians. These paintings are so life-like you would think they are real. 

1. Silas Onoja

Credit: Silas Onoja Arts

Meet Silas Onoja, a Nigerian Painter. He specialise basically on realistic and life-like painting. 

Credit: Silas Onoja Arts

2. Chiamonwu Joy

Credit: Chiamonwu Joy Creations

Chiamonwu Joy is a Nigerian Female Hyperrealistic Graphite and Charcoal Artist.

Credit: Chiamonwu Joy Creations

3. Ayogu Kingsley

Credit: Ayogu Kingsley FineArt

Meet Ayogu Kingsley. He paints with oil on canvas. 

Credit: Ayogu Kingsley FineArt

4. Arinze Stanley

Credit: Harinzey Art

Arinze Stanley is an extraordinary pencil artist.

Credit: Harinzey Art

5. Seyi Alabi

Credit: Sheyi Alabi

Meet Seyi Alabi, he captures daily chores/actions/interactions of African children & mothers.

Credit: Sheyi Alabi

6. Alex Peter

Credit: Alex Peter

Meet Alex Peter a hyperrealistic pyrography artist,using Razorblade to draw on wood and burner.

Credit: Alex Peter

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