The National Secondary School Bible Quiz competition which the 14th edition just came to an end is an annual programme of the Bible Society Of Nigeria BSN in lagos. The students of Olaitan Zion College, Offa, Kwara State emerged as the winner of this year’s edition.
The competition started with a record of over 100 participants drawn from the six geo-political zones at the zonal level out of which six schools qualified for the finals.
The students who emerged winner, 16-year-old Juliet Udoye and 15-year-old Favour Mustapha, defeated their counterparts from five other schools to come tops with a total of 170 points at the end of the competition. while students of First Baptist Academy, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State emerged second and Mary Summer Juniorate, Okpofe, Imo State was in the third position.
The General Secretary, BSN, Rev. Dare Ajiboye, while speaking to the press, encouraged the students to live as example to others and that no one is allowed to despise their youth.
“I will tell the young ones not to allow anyone despised their youth, they should live right even though things are not right in the country as we all know, this is the time to depend more on God, live Godly life, abstain from sin.
Mr. Timileyin Tairu, the chairman of the occasion in his key note address implored the young students to live good foot prints wherever they are found.
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