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1) Edobor Osasogie Best

2) Omonzejele Omosefe

3) Johnparkson Theresa

All SS1 students of Anglican Girls Grammer School Benin City came 1st in the MTN/ NDLEA and UNODC (ASAP) ie Anti Substance Abuse program which qualified them to represent South-South in the finals in Abuja.  I am glad to announce to you that the all expenses paid trip to Abuja by MTN and partners for the three contestants, two teachers and a parent for the finals happened today, 23rd June 2023.

Anglican Girls Grammer School took 2nd position in the nationwide competition.

Let us cheer our girls!!!!!!  Congratulations!!!!!!!!

Edo State Ministry of Education

*Message from Dr Joan Oviawe, the Edo State Honourable Commissioner of Education*

“AGGS Benin City representing South South came out second in the finals. We lost to a private school from Nassarawa state. Our students return home and to AGGS with N5million, we are very proud of them.”

*Congratulatory message from Mrs Esosa Aihie, Chair, AGGS, Benin City, School Management Board*

“Congratulations to our three champions for coming second in a National contest in Nigeria🇳🇬

Congrats to Edo State Government and Dr Joan Oviawe for making EdoBEST 2.0 a reality for our AGGS Champions and other students in Edo State.

Congrats and well done to Mrs Helen Iyayi the Executive Principal and her team for the sterling work of transforming AGGS for greatness and helping to raise the next generation of Edo and Nigerian leaders.”

Response from Mrs Helen Iyayi, Executive Principal, AGGS Benin City

“We are grateful to the Edo State Government, our Honourable Commissioner of Education and her team for the reforms in the Educational system in Edo State.

This victory is for us all. We hope to keep striving for excellence by the grace of God.”

AGGS Benin City Champion Trio at Aso Rock receiving their ASAP 2023 Award.

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