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    Two Winners from Senegal and Nigeria Receive ICESCO “Bayan” Award for Creative Expression in Arabic Language

    9 December 2020

         Two winners from Senegal and Nigeria received yesterday December 8, 2020, the “ICESCO Bayan Award” for Creative Expression in the Arabic Language at the headquarters of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) in Rabat.

    The winners are Abdullah Gay, from Senegal, student at Dar al-Hadith al-Hassania in Morocco, and Redwan Abu Midi Akanbe, Nigeria, student at Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Institute for Traditional Education Morocco. Each winner received USD2,000 in prize money.

    Given the COVID-19-related exceptional circumstances, a face-to-face award ceremony to honor all winners proved challenging. ICESCO began transferring the prize money to remaining winners from different categories, age groups, and countries. The winners are:

    • Wan Massina Al Muwaiheb Bin Massoudin, Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri Al Islamiah, Republic of Singapore. (Children category)

    • Abdul Hadi Muayad bin Haji Azrul, Al-Falaah School, Sultanate of Brunei. (Children category)

    • Nasir Sabi, Osman Rijovi School in Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Boys and girls category)

    • Adeeba Wei Sani, Institute of Religious Missions in Galle, Thailand. (Boys and girls category)

    • Riaz Subacic, Faculty of Islamic Studies – University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Youth)

    • Ko Abdullah Hakim bin Ko Solong, Malaysia University of Science, Malaysia. (Youth)

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