Good day… So sorry the results took time to be released but I guess you understand how hard it is to decide winners, trying to be fair, balancing sentiments and all.
Well finally it is out and without much ado I will announce them right now, but before that I want you to know that the grading techniques this time we’re very strict – ranging from early submission (some submitted after the deadline and were penalised for it), structure, wow! Factor and a lot of other new techniques were integrated because ties were recorded at first.
Also to I want to repeat that those who judges are not from the faculty of science and the results were not rigged in any way.
So straight to the results from bottom to top:
Olabode Ibrahim – 75%
Salawudeen Oyedunmade – 77%
Odemuyiwa Suliyat – 78%
Agbor Sylvia – 80%
Ogunwale Emmanuel – 97%
Abraham Tobiloba – 100%
As we know, only the first 3 are going to be rewarded. Thanks to everyone who participated and congratulations to those who made it this far – like they always say in times like this:
EVERYONE IS A WINNER
The qualified ones should please send their account numbers to us through contact infos placed at the end of this page. Submissions will be made available soon on the submissions page.
We also want to use this medium to thank our media supporters:
Sparks Lab and God’s PR company
Also we want to appreciate our judges and sponsors:
Royalton planners, Sparks Lab, HM audits, Odu Femi (Department of Physics Graduate, OAU), Abiodun Ojon (Department of Accounting Graduate, OAU), Daniel Olaosebikan (Law Graduate, UNILAG) and Owoeye Tunmise.
We hereby declare the PEPSA Online Writing Competition: Maiden Edition. Closed.