Show Of Academic Excellent As Spell Africa International Held The 11th Edition Of Spelling Leader Competition

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    It is a popular saying that he who builds a school closes the gate of prison and the future belong to those who believe in the beauty of their dream.
    Spell Africa International is a Non Governmental Organization that gives scholarship to children who are less privilege, children who are not going to school, children whose parents cannot afford Education. Spell Africa International is a place where future leaders are being discovered at the elementary age, that is, bringing them from the Street To School.


    Spell Africa International also Organises Spelling Leaders Competition to help motivate the interest of children in education. Recently, the 11th Edition of the Spelling Leaders Competition was held in Ogun state, Lagos state and Abuja respectively. The organisers were elicited with joy seeing the pupils and students perform excellently with outstanding results and they used the event to thank God for affording them a very remarkable edition of the competition. They also urged parents, proprietors, proprietress, individuals and organisations for more collaborations and support.

    Winning Schools/Champions For Lagos State, Ogun State and Abuja(FCT)


    PRIMARY CATEGORY FOR LAGOS/ OGUN STATE

    1st Position: Ogunrinde Joseph Kinshu (Tag 31)
    Age: 10years
    School:Water Course International School
    Class: Primary Six (6)

    2nd Position: Agha Amarachi (Tag 238)
    Age: 9years
    School: MC Dovin School
    Class: Primary Six (6)

    3rd Position: Onyeagba Miracle (Tag 46)
    Age: 9years
    School: Silverson Private School.
    Class: Primary Five (5)

    LAGOS & OGUN STATE SECONDARY CATEGORY

    1st Position: Adebayo Rebecca (Tag 295)
    Age: 13 years.
    School: Greater Tomorrow International School
    Class: SS 1

    2nd Position: Oliver Promise Chijondu (Tag 228)
    Age: 15 years.
    School: Champions International School
    Class: SS 2

    3rd Position: Afolabi Mubarak (Tag 424)
    Age: 16 years.
    School: Greater Tomorrow International College
    Class: SS 3

    ABUJA (FCT) PRIMARY CATEGORY

    1st Position: Remma Salla (Tag 51)
    Age: 7 years.
    School: Golden Crest Royal Academy
    Class: Primary Three (3)

    2nd Position: Perculiar Gospel (Tag 366)
    Age: 10 years.
    School: Treasure Homes School
    Class: Primary Six (6)

    3rd Position: Obinna Ajeroh (Tag 90)
    Age: 9 years.
    School:Canton Hill Academy
    Class: Primary Four (4)

    ABUJA SECONDARY CATEGORY

    1st Position: Ejor Success (Tag 350)
    Age: 10 years.
    School: Golden Crest Royal Academy
    Class: JSS 2

    2nd Position: David Edah (Tag 326)
    Age: 13 years.
    School: Golden Crest Royal Academy
    Class: SS 2


    3rd Position: Aderinyo Deborah Tosin (Tag 83)
    Age: 15 years.
    School:Golden Crest Royal Academy
    Class: SS 2

    Congratulations to all Champions and Winning schools

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