Thursday, July 09, 2015
Lets Make Nigeria Proud, Vote Is'Haq Mustapha Akinlaso
The Nigerian postgraduate student, Is’Haq Mustapha Akinlaso is doing Us proud as he
has made it as a finalist at the national level for the global Maybank GO Ahead Challenge
(MGAC) 2015 in Malaysia.
MGAC is Maybank’s Economics & Finance talent search competition. The annual
challenge, which debuted in 2012, selects winners through a series of challenges that test
the mind, endurance, creativity and emotional intelligence of the competitors. This year’s
theme is #MoreThanAChallenge. There are 14 participating countries including UK, US
and China. Among the challenges are physical games which involved participants having
to solve complicated puzzles; and research challenge where participants must analyse
Financial cases, stock portfolios, country briefs and economic outlook before making a
presentation on best stock options. In short, MGAC pushes the participant’s intellect,
stretches his creativity and tests his endurance and emotional intelligence. Through the
arrays of tests, participants must demonstrate their capacity to respond to the dynamism
in the real world of finance.
Mustapha is now looking for support to vote him into the next level, the international
finals. Participants or challengers as they are termed by MGAC, who make it through to
the International Grand Finals to be held in in August Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia stand to
win a ‘People’s Choice’ award that will be decided by a public vote.
For individuals who distinguish themselves throughout the International Grand Finals,
the person with the highest individual score will be crowned the Ultimate Maybank GO
Click here to support & vote for Is’haq Mustapha Akinlaso
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