16-years old Makes History In Cowbellpedia Competition 2017

16-years old Makes History In Cowbellpedia Competition 2017

The educational and inspirational TV quiz show – Cowbellpedia Mathematics Competition for Junior and Senior secondary school students attests to the fact that the future of our beloved country is in safe hands.

The third season (2017) of the competition which featured an array of extraordinary minds is truly a sight to behold.

 

Ernest-Eze Munachi

16-year-old Ernest-Eze Munachi from Loyola Jesuit, Abuja has set the world on fire as he burned hearts with his fire of excellence when he emerged the overall winner in the senior category of the competition.Munachi displayed an exceptional sense of acuity, brilliance and self-confidence; winning the final competition with a total of 110 points.
As the winner of the competition, he went home with a cash prize of one million Naira (N1,000,000), educational trip abroad, five desktop computers + printer + textbooks (for his school) and four hundred thousand Naira (N400,000) for his Mathematics teacher.His rise to fame was not by accident as he won the junior category for cowbellpedia competition in(2015)

 

 

 

 

Oluwanifise Onofowokan

Another Brilliant mind that followed him closely in 2nd position (1st runner up) was Oluwanifise Onofowokan from the Ambassadors College, Ota, with 75 points.She went home with a cash prize of seven hundred and fifty thousand Naira (N750,000), three desktop computers + printer (for her school) and three hundred thousand Naira (N300,000) for her Mathematics teacher.

 

 

 

Evans Owamoyo

In 3rd place (2nd runner up) was Evans Owamoyo who rounded off with 70 points. He went home with a cash prize of five hundred thousand Naira (N500,000), two desktop computers + printer (for his school) and two hundred thousand Naira (N200,000) for his Mathematics teacher.

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Other finalists in the senior category were:Tomiwa Olatunbosun (Bibo Oluwa Academy, Ilesha, Osun state), Paul Michael(Excel Grace Academy, Benue state) andIkechukwu Ibeh (Federal Government Academy, Suleja, Niger state).

 

JUNIOR CATEGORY

 

Jessey Uche-Nwichi

In the junior category of the competition,Jessey Uche-Nwichi from Graceland International School, Port Harcourt, latched upon the first prize by a convincing win with 115 points.As the winner of the junior category of the competition, he went home with a cash prize of one million Naira (N1,000,000), educational trip abroad, five desktop computers + printer + textbooks (for his school) and four hundred thousand Naira (N400,000) for his Mathematics teacher.

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Oluwafemi Adeyanju

In 2nd position (1st runner up) wasOluwafemi Adeyanju from Jesuit Memorial College, Port Harcourt, with 80 points. His amazing approach to solving mathematics without raising a pen to calculate is simply amazing.He went home with a cash prize of seven hundred and fifty thousand Naira (N750,000), three desktop computers + printer (for his school) and three hundred thousand Naira (N300,000) for his Mathematics teacher.

 

 

 

Ezekiel Ekanem

In 3rd place (2nd runner up) was Ezekiel Ekanem from Advanced Breed Group of schools, Ogun state, with 75 points.He went home with a cash prize of five hundred thousand Naira (N500,000), two desktop computers + printer (for his school) and two hundred thousand Naira (N200,000) for his Mathematics teacher.

Other finalists in the junior category were:Osasere Egharevba (Graceland International School, Port Harcourt), Joel Ndoh (Maris Brothers Juniorate, Abia state) and Olayinka Abdulwakil (NTIC, Kaduna state).

 

 

Other awards in the completion were:

The most consistent school – Greater Tomorrow High School

Special Award for speed and Accuracy – Emmanuel Mebude

The Cowbellpedia Laureate, 2017 – Samson Osewa

 

 

 

Ajayi Mary

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