Agidingbi Senior Secondary School has emerged winner of Season (V) of the Brighter Rewarding Future (BRF) Quiz in a keenly contested competition.
The School represented by Masters Issa James and Ayomide Rilwan scored a total of 24 points to beat Master Joseph Yeko and Miss Adeola Jagbojagbo both of Epe Senior Grammar School, Epe who scored 16 points and Oriwu Senior Model College, Ikorodu, who came third.
In the Junior Secondary School category, Government Junior College, Ketu, Epe represented by Masters Abioye Toluwalonimi and Oludebere Joseph scored 20 points to clinched the first position and beating Eva Adelaja Junior Girls Secondary school represented by Miss Adaron Emilia and Mabamije Fopefoluwa to the second position while the third position went to Atunrashe Junior High School, Mushin represented by Miss Zainab Mustapha and Asia Abdulkareem.
Ifeoluwa Primary School, Agege represented by Master Lateef Adebajo and Miss Aisha Mohammed emerged the winner in the primary schools category while Adeleye Primary School, Mushin represented by Miss Beauty Oluwafemi and Master Afolabi Olaniyi came second and the third position went to Community Primary School, Ibeju Lekki represented by Master Segun Akanu and Miss Blessing Yemima.
The Best Individual Mathematics category award was won by Master Joseph Yeko of Epe Senior Grammar School while the second and third positions went to Master Issa James of Agidingbi Senior Grammar School and Master Kayode Jasanya of Oriwu Senior Model College, Ikorodu respectively.
In her remarks, the State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Olayinka Oladunjoye commended the contestants for their demonstration of brilliance adding that it shows that they are following the competition and paying attention.
She also congratulated the winners noting that it was not the end of the story for them as they still face other competitions just as she opined that the BRF Quiz competition was an opportunity for self actualization which they must avail themselves of.
She commended the boldness and confidence shown by the students even more so by the primary school pupils noting that the major objective of the BRF Quiz has indeed been achieved.
The Commissioner thanked the teachers for a job well done in tutoring their students and pupils advising that they should start preparation for next edition in earnest.