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Aderinola Bunmi
Science Laboratory Technology
Aspirant, Nigeria.

Winner of the 2019 PZ Cussons Chemistry Challenge (PZCCC), Aderibigbe Eniola Peace of Babcock University High School, Ilishan-Remo, has called on Chemistry teachers to make the subject more interesting.

In an interview on Tuesday after being crowned winner of the competition, which fetched him N1 million, a laptop, gold medal and one year supply of premier toilet soap, Eniola said if teachers made their lessons more interactive, Chemistry would be interesting.

“Chemistry teachers should try to be more interactive, which will make the class less boring. Chemistry is an interesting subject. So teachers should teach it as such,” said the 15 year old who said it took him two months to prepare for the competition.

Over 7,500 SS2 pupils from Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt participated in the competition. And for the first time in its history, three of the six contestants that made it to the Grand Finale, which held at Loveworld Studios Ikeja, were girls.

One of them, Ojuba Mezisashe of Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja, came third. It was the first time in the history of the competition that a girl would make the top three positions.

Adele Chika of Jephthah secondary school, Port Harcourt, was the second behind Eniola. He was rewarded with N750,000, laptop, silver medal, and one year supply of premier toilet soap.

Ojuba got N500,000, laptop, bronze medal, and one year supply of Premier.

The other three finalists, Andrew Ulan Sylvia, Premiere Academy, Abuja; Ugboma David Rex, Makun High School, Sagamu; and Ndidi Christabel Chukwufumnanya, Demonstration Staff Secondary School, Asaba, all got N50,000 and one year supply of Premier soap.

Chika said he was grateful for the competition as he said it helped him to be more studious.

“I am happy to be here; to be part of this competition. This was a chance for me to put in more effort into my academics. This has made me far more studious than I am, I am very happy,” he said.

Head of Marketing, PZ cussons consumer, Charles Nnochiri expressed joy that a lady emerged top three and promised that coming editions of the competition would be better.

“I’m happy we had three ladies at the finals and got one of them as the first three. This is just the iceberg. We would get better; we have decided to go all over Nigeria.”

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