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The third season of the Mathematical secondary school quiz competition Cowbellpedia continues.

In the 5th episode we meet the 12 contestants competing for the grand prize:

Junior Category:
1. Kolawole Bankole of Greater Tomorrow International College, Ondo State.
2. Tamunokoro Braide of Graceland International School, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
3. Ezekiel Ekanem of Advanced Breed Group of Schools, Ogun State.
4. George Tochukwu of Ruby Peculiar College, Taraba State
5. Omamode Sowho of Graceville High School, Delta State.
6. Henry Nworie of Twelve Apostles College, Ebonyi State.

Senior:
1. Fatima Suleiman of Elkanemi Schools, Borno State.
2. Alfred Thompson of Belary Schools, Bayelsa State.
3. Jinan Lakan of Bethany Christian Academy, Plateau State.
4. Chisom Benjamin of Dority International Secondary School, Abia State.
5. Favor Ajibola of Model Secondary School, Akure, Ondo State.
6. Christopher Ikeh of Reality High School, Osun State.

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In episode 6 the 12 contestants are:

Junior Category:
1. Sharon Adichie of Royl Girls’ Academy, Rivers State.
2. Joseph Agom of Top Faith International Secondary School, Akwa Ibom State.
3. Jacinta Osose of Presentation National High School, Edo State.
4. Anastasia Ifinedo of Dority International Secondary School, Abia State.
5. Khalid Yusuf of Gobarau Academy, Katsina State.
6. Godwin Terzulum of Government Science and Technical College Garagboghol, Benue State.

Senior Category:
1. Ikechukwu Ibeh of Federal Government Academy, Suleja, Niger State.
2. Mariya Garba of Caliphate International Schools, Gusau, Zamfara State.
3. Racheal Igbozurike of Federal Government Girls College Calabar, Cross River State.
4. Sorchima Duru of F.C.E CTD Secondary School Akoka, Lagos.
5. Temitayo Jimoh of Greater Tomorrow Model College, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State.
6. Tomiwa Olatunbosun of Bibo Oluwa Academy, Osun State.

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In episode 7 one ththe015 Cowbellpedia finalist – Evans Owamoyo, joins the senior category of the competition.

See the 12 contestants playing this week:

Junior:
1. Blessing Chidera Eluwa of Success Schools, Sokoto State (Absent).
2. Falmata Ibrahim of Elkanemi Schools, Borno State.
3. Fuad Alaka of Federal Science and Technical College Yaba, Lagos State.
4. Ibrahim Isa Jajere of Nigerian Tulip International College, Yobe State.
5. Ilerioluwakiiye Abolade of Skyward Mega High School, Oyo State.
6. Oyintomiwa Oni of African International College, Abuja.

Senior:
1. Evans Owamoyo of Greater Tomorrow International College, Ondo State.
2. Haruna Abba of Science Secondary School, Kafin Hausa, Jigawa State.
3. Kadiri Eshiovaze of Gloryland Secondary School, Edo State.
4. Olalekan Abdullateef of Vanguards Academy, Ogun State.
5. Oluwatade Akinjide of The Learningfield Schools, Lagos State.
6. Uchechukwu Ezedimora of Graceland International School, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

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5 Comments

  1. Owoblow

    September 24, 2017 at 9:28 am

    Wow I think if we keep investing in education, in no time, we will get there. Like wise I think investing on girl child education goes a long way to help the female folks take control of their future and drastically reduces early marriage or early motherhood as the case may be. Nice one from cowbel

  2. Daniel Dan

    June 19, 2019 at 7:48 pm

    Wow I think if we keep investing in education, in no time, we will get there. Like wise I think investing on girl child education goes a long way to help the female folks take control of their future and drastically reduces early marriage or early motherhood as the case may be. Nice one from cowbel

  3. Valentine

    October 20, 2019 at 10:12 pm

    I believe in catching them young, but sadly in Nigeria people invest more in TV reality shows than things like this.

    • Thompson

      November 4, 2019 at 4:20 pm

      I also believe but sadly in Nigeria people invest more in TV reality shows than things like this.

  4. Happiness Danson

    November 20, 2019 at 8:44 am

    Wow I think if we keep investing in education, in no time, we will get there. Like wise I think investing on girl child education goes a long way to help the female folks take control of their future and drastically reduces early marriage or early motherhood as the case may be. Nice one from cowbel

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