2020 Essay Competition

Topic: “Explain How Business Regulations are a Barrier to Business and Economy Growth”

Latter from CEO

Dear Friend,

You might agree with me that to build strong leader also takes ones inner desire of going further, educating himself and push what desire to limit. Our team have decided to support 10 new leaders in East and Sub Saharan Africa to become the champions of Liberty. It is within our agenda to see more leader are getting to the level of standing themselves, defending and adopting Liberty as a life philosophy. I  encourage all young professional from the Age of 18-30 to participate on our essay competition. The top 10 winners who will be selected through a various stage and also require to attend virtual   young professional Colloquium with Dr Eamon Butler.

The top winning essay will be published on our media, other website, blogs and also published in the local newsletter of the top country include Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda. We also have special packages for the top 10 winners, include special training and mentorship.

The top five winners will be announced and the top winner Awarded 300$ and the rest four 100$ each.

I hope to see you soon.


Top Judges




Our format of judging and marking essay from all candidates in the region. There will be internal and external team of judges. The internal judging will be done by the special local team of four individual from different backgrounds and mainly business in Tanzania. The Internal Judges will review and mark all your papers and selecting top 20 candidates for next stage.

The top 20 paper will be sent to external who both reside out of Africa for final marking and selection of top 10 candidates who will participate on Young Scholar Colloquium and the final top 5 winners.

Brian Baugus -External Judge
Prof. Economist, Regent University

Joram Elingaya-Internal Judge
Lecture and head of school.Policy analys and business expart

Linda Whetstone- External Judge
Chairman, Atlas Network &NFS.Board Member Institute of Economic Affairs.

Noela Bomani
Co- founder I learning East Africa,Trainer and Business Specialist.

Erick Chrispin
Founder and MD for True Maisha, an avid and experienced Professional Trainer and Consultant in Business Development.

Dr Eamonn Butler- External Judge
Director of Adam Smith Institute and Economist

Zakayo Solomon
Licensed Consultant & The Corporate Governance and Business Leadership Specialist.









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Important Note

The awarding and announcement will be live through our platform. Link to attend will be shared here. All participants in the competition will be notified and attend the awarding ceremony. Our Top judges will share with us the criteria used during selection, and what important aspect they consider in selecting the top five winners.

Our top Judges are expertise in this field and they will spend time with us in explaining the professional overview of the regulations in the economy.


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Where are the Guidelines?

Express what comes into your mind when you think of the business regulations and economy.

Your arguments should base on fact and remember to provide references.

Essay should not be less than 500 but not more than 3000 words


The competition is open to young professionals residing in Tanzania, Angola, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe,Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Madagascar and Congo between the ages of 18-30oin.


The deadline for the submission is August 8th 2020. Only Top 10 candidates will be contacted

The top 10 candidates will attend virtual young professional Colloquium with Dr Eamonn Butler

Top five winner announcement and award will be November 7th 2020

Where to Submit?

http://www.libertysparks.org 0r call:+255 736 164 141

All essay should be SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY to essay2020@libertysparks.org

How to partner?

Please call us:+255 717 164 141

or email: evans@libertysparks.org

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