Sacrifice Flash Duel Winner Announcement

Flash Fiction Contest
// 11 November 2018
Sacrifice Flash Duel Winner Announcement

Sacrifice Flash Duel Winner Announcement.

Announcement of Final Result

The final round of the Sacrifice Flash Duel was contested by Julie Omoh and Ogechukwu Samuel and the result of the contest is as follows:

Total No. of public votes cast = 68
Total No. of valid public votes cast = 66

For Story 1, by Julie Onoh

Total No. of public votes garnered = 40

This gives (40/66)X100% of public votes 60.61% of Public Votes.

Since Public Votes account for 50% of the Total score, from public votes, Story 1 has garnered (60.61/2) = 30.30% of the total score.

From the Jury,

Story 1 secured 5 out of the 5 jury votes.

Since each of the jury votes accounts for 10% of the total score, from the jury’s end Story 1 has secured 50% of the total score.

Summing up,

Story 1 has secured (30.30+50)% = 80.30% of the total score.

For Story 2, by Ogechukwu Kanma Samuel

Total No. of public votes garnered = 26

This gives (26/66)X100% of public votes = 39.39% of Public Votes.

Since Public Votes account for 50% of the Total score, from public votes, Story 2 has garnered (39.39/2) = 19.70% of the total score.

From the Jury,

Story 2 secured 0 out of the 5 jury votes.

Since each of the jury votes accounts for 10% of the total score, from the jury’s end Story 2 has secured 0% of the total score.

Summing up,

Story 2 has secured (19.70+0)% = 19.70% of the total score.

Sacrifice Flash Duel Winner Announcement

From the above result, the writer of Story 1, Julie Onoh having satisfied the full requirements of the contest guidelines and scored a higher percentage of the total scores is hereby declared winner of the Sacrifice Flash Duel.

On behalf of Chi-family, contest organizer, Chioma Ngaikedi heartily congratulates Julie Onoh for her well deserved victory. Go girl! Fly higher! Congratulations!

Appreciation

Special thanks to all the judges Ijeoma TDaniels Erin Kathleen Dhee Sylvester Chekwube Nwa-Abugu Peter and Aiki Ifeoluwa Daniel for their time and commitment to this contest. Chioma Ngaikedi loves you guys. God bless you.

Many thanks also to the sponsor of the contest, King Kong.

To all the contestants, you were all amazing. Thank you for honoring Joseph Blankson’s memory. Never stop writing.

With Love,
Chioma Ngaikedi.

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