A graduate of Mathematics Department, the University of Ibadan who is also a serving corp member at Sagacity International School in Abaomege, Onicha Local GovernmentArea of Ebonyi State organized an inter secondary school mathematics competition.
Eight (8) schools from Onicha Local Government Area of Ebonyi State were duly represented in the competition which had Objectives and theory parts that lasted for 1hr: 15mins.
Augustine Uchenna, an SS2 student of Community Secondary School, Inshinkwo, Onicha Local Government with 57% emerged winner of the NYSC Inter-Secondary School Coompetition which took place on Wednesday, 18th March, 2020.
The first runner up was Ali Diamond, an SS3 student of Hephzibah Comprehensive College, Abaomege while the second runner up was Ekpe Benita, an SS3 Student of community secondary school, Abaomege.
Presenting the prize to the winner, the Principal of Community Secondary School Abaomege Onicha LGA, EBONYI STATE, Mrs. Uka Ogar, commended the participants for displaying excellent performance in Mathematics.
He lauded Corper Aremu Ridwan for coming up with such a special competition which happens to be the first of its kind in the whole of EBONYI state. She thanked NYSC for providing the necessary support for Corper Aremu Ridwan.
The Schools represented at the competition include; Community Secondary School Abaomege, Community Secondary School Oshiri, Community Secondary School Inshinkwo, Stella Maris College Ukawu, Nwaliobu Alo Memorial Secondary School, Sagacity International College Abaomege, Standard Foundation College Abaomege, and Hephzibah Comprehensive College Abaomege.
In his remark, Corper Aremu Ridwan urged participants to shun mathematics Phobia as it affects their competence in the studying and understanding of the mathematics. He, however, said Mathematics Phobia is not born. He thanks NYSC for granting the competition as his Personal CDs and appreciated all serving corps members in Abaomege for their immense support before, during and after the competition
Also present at the events were principals of all invited schools and all serving corps members in Abaomege.