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Young Boy Shines In Maths Competition As He Defeats Many To Emerge Best

In commemorating this year’s International Day of Mathematics/World Mathematics Day, the Ose Brain Quest Foundation organized an online Mathematics Competition to promote the mastery of essential skills and formulas, particularly in Geometry, among students.

In celebration of this year’s International Day of Mathematics/World Mathematics Day, the Ose Brain Quest Foundation organized an online Mathematics Competition aimed at promoting the mastery of essential skills and formulas, particularly in Geometry, among students.

A total of 300 students from junior and senior schools, representing both public and private institutions across various states, participated in the competition.

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The first stage, dubbed ‘International Day of Mathematics,’ took place on Thursday, March 14, 2024, with 29 pupils qualifying in the Senior Category and 72 in the Junior Category.

The final stage, known as ‘World Mathematics Day,’ occurred on Saturday, March 23, 2024.

Gabriella Ejimadu of St. Jude’s Private Secondary School, Festac, emerged as the overall winner in the senior category. In the second position, Ogboumah Ohiomokhai-Oghehne of Araromi Ilogbo Senior, Ilogbo, and Munachi Ifeanyi Chizubelu of King’s High School, Satellite Town, shared the honor.

Similarly, Chisom Ewuzie of Prince Charles International Secondary School, Apapa, and Shanu Abdullah of Iworo Ajido Model College, Iworo, Badagry, tied for third place.

In the Junior Category, Desolaoluwa Sipasi of Osyglad Comprehensive College, Oko Afo, emerged as the overall winner, followed by Chinonso Onwuka of King’s High School, Satellite Town. Adeneye Miracle of Satellite Junior Secondary School and Chigozie Oguejiofor of King’s High School shared the third position.

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SOURCES: ALLSCHOOL, The Nation

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