DNB November 2015 Awards!!!

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Wins are calculated from readers’ shares and comments.

1. Most Read Story of the MonthHormones by Diane (Nigeria)

2. Most Shared Story of the MonthThe Sarah Baartman Story by Phil Lesedi (South Africa)

3. Funniest Story of the MonthThe Ring by Ogunro Temiloluwa (Nigeria)


4. Most Touching Story of the MonthA Mother by Talius Dike (Nigeria)

5. Editors’ PickFather’s Shame by Troy Onyango (Kenya)

6. Most Outstanding Reader of the MonthChidinma Grace



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A big CONGRATULATIONS to all the winners!

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DNB Stories appreciates you all and wishes everyone a beautiful new month.

Remain blessed!

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16 thoughts on “DNB November 2015 Awards!!!

  1. Hahahahhaa! My ba3 was low since yesterday, after I managed to read Entangled. I just charged and am seeing this good news! Wooooooooow! Am now a celebrity. Thanks to u all n thanks to DNB for dis honour. @ Iyke I av succeeded in beaten u dis month. Am so happy!

  2. Hello. You can do that by getting a Gmail account at gmail.com. Just make sure you are logged on in the same browser you are surfing DNB with.
    Alternatively you can select the Name/Url option and input your name yourself and use the link to your Facebook or Twitter in the URL part.

  3. Thank you dnB team. I had to jeep checking my name since morning to make sure I wasn't dreaming, this has encouraged me to keep penning down good stories till thy kingdom come O lord. Meanwhile, isn't there prizes this month to be given?

  4. Hi, Talius.
    We suspended prize-gifting because winners living outside Nigeria complained of being cheated. And it is understandable. This feature will be restarted at a later time as soon as we are able to enlarge prizes and make them global and no longer Nigerian-only.

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