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Sunday, May 9, 2021

It was yet another annual celebration of the Nigerian Major Seminaries’ Association of Philosophy Students (NIMSAPS) Week program. This program, which spanned from May 3rd to 9th, 2021, was embellished with exciting intellectual and social activities. The social aspect of the NIMSAPS’ Week featured the Big Brother NIMSAPS (BBN) competition, which ended with Mr. Samuel Akintoye, emerging as the new BBN. The other part of the social events was the sport competition. And having competed in the various games, the following classes emerged victorious: Table Tennis (Philosophy Two); Volleyball (Philosophy One); Football and Basketball (Philosophy Three). As part of the events for the week, Wednesday, 5th May, was tagged, “NIMSAPS Outing.” Thus some representatives of the NIMSAPS executives visited an orphanage with material items and cash donations of N20, 000.  Added to the social events, was the intellectual aspect. The first part of it was the customary Mr. Plato competition, which saw the emergence of Mr. Vincent Iheanacho as the new Mr. Plato. More importantly, there was a Symposium held on Friday, 7th May, 2021, with the theme: “Our Commonwealth and the Sharing Formula in Nigeria: The Case of Robbing Peter to Pay Paul.” It was indeed an educative session as the suitability and preparedness of the speakers kept the audience alive and attentive. Lastly, to mark the end of the week long program, a thanksgiving offering was held at mass on 9th May, 2021, where Philosophy students expressed their gratitude and appreciation to God for the success of the 2020/2021 NIMSAPS’ week.










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