NIGERIA SPELLING BEE SEASON 4







Season 4 of the Spelling Bee Nigeria is here .....

 Celebrating
Zainab Olawale, Onyinyechi Ohuabunwa and Ruth Ejims, the
past 3 Winners of the national competition!!! 

Our first mentions: not surprisingly will be our own team of
young talented heroines: all the past three national spelling bee
champions in Nigeria, who coincidentally are all female.
These young women are bold, smart, creative, talented, and
were never intimidated by their fellow contestants, the judges, or
the crowd, they had their eyes set on the prize and they made it
happen.
On the left is the first edition champion of the National Spelling
Bee in Nigeria : Miss Zainab Olawale, from Unity Middle School,
Osogbo
The top-right picture is Miss Onyinyechi Ohuabunwa of
CHERRYFIELD COLLEGE, JIKWOYI-ABUJA the season 2 National
spelling Bee champion in Nigeria.
On the bottom-right is Miss Ruth Ejims of Shalom College,
Portharcourt, Rivers State. the season 3 National spelling Bee
champion.


Goals of the competition:
The goal of the Nigeria Spelling Bee Competition
is to bring out the best in every Nigerian student
by rewarding the winners with amazing prizes and
scholarships while also making the runners-up
study harder.
Participants will be asked to spell words from the
English, and selected words from Yoruba, Hausa
and Igbo languages.
Nigeria Spelling Bee Competition is all about
bringing the best out of Nigeria and showing the
world our Nigerian spelling prowess.

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1 st Runner Up
2nd Runner Up Other Great Prizes
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The Nigeria Spelling Bee is a Multilingual spelling
bee competition where spellers are drawn from
every state in Nigeria to spell words from the
English, Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo languages.
The Competition shall start from the State level.
The indigenous languages words will not be used
for elimination at the state level.
(No speller will be given undue advantage)
Winners from the state level will be brought up to
the Regional Level where they will contest to be
participants in the National level (Grand Finale).
The competition at all stages will be aired on
National television.
The organizers of the Nigeria Spelling Bee will be
responsible for both Transportation, Feeding and
Accommodation of all the Spellers and their
Coaches / Teachers at the National Level (Grand
Finale).
Upon registration, Spellers will be regularly
informed about competition dates, time and venue
in their state via their phone numbers and email.
1. There should be no cheating of any kind.
2. Spellers can not change any letter from the
word after they have pronounced the letter.
3. The Speller can ask the judges to define the
Word, state the Word’s language origin or use
the Word in a sentence when the speller
cannot understand the word he is asked to
spell.
4. Once a word is given to the Speller by a judge,
the word cannot be changed.
5. For the Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo words used in
the competition, the Spellers are strongly
advised to download and print them to study
after submitting the e-Registration form.
6. For the English words, Spellers are advised to
study The Oxford Advanced Learner’s
Dictionary as it will be used as the final
authority for verification of spellings.
7. A speller can only be the National Champion
once.
8. If a Speller is found wanting of any
competition rule, the Head Judge shall
disqualify the Speller.
9. Spellers shall start competing from the State
level through to the Regional / Zonal level to
the National level (Grand Finale).
10. The Organizers of the Competition will not be
responsible for any expenses for the Spellers
at the State level.
11. Top Winners at the State Level Competition
will participate in the Regional / Zonal Level
Competition.
12. Top Winners at the State Level Competition
will be informed of the state of the Regional /
Zonal Competition.
13. At the Regional / Zonal Level Competition, the
Organizers of the Competition will be
responsible for only the transportation fare of
the Spellers.
14. Top Winners at the Regional / Zonal Level
Competition will participate at the National
Final (Grand Finale) which will be aired live on
at least one National television station.
15. Top Winners at the Regional / Zonal Level
Competition will be informed of the State
where the National Final (Grand Finale) will be
held.
16. The organizers of the Nigeria Spelling Bee will
be responsible for both Transportation,
Feeding and Accommodation of all the
Spellers and their Coaches / Teachers at the
National Level (Grand Finale).
17. The organizers of the Competition will not
conduct the Competition in any State that has
less than 500 registered Spellers – Such a
state will be merged with a neighboring state.

For inquiry, call: 08032478894



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