Agidingbi Senior Grammar School, Lagos has emerged first at the Commonwealth quiz competition held in Lagos to mark 30 days before the Commonwealth Games scheduled to hold July in Scotland.

In a stiff competition among seven schools – Opebi Junior Grammar School, Oregun Junior School, Opebi Senior Grammar School and , Oregun Senior High School, Army Children Junior School and Agindingbi Senior Comprehensive School, Agidingbi Senior Grammar School, Oregun Junior School and Opebi Senior Grammar School came first, second and third respectively.

Speaking with journalists in Lagos, representative of the British Council, Mrs Obajemo Abiodun said the essence of the Commonwealth programme is to promote unity among member-nations, adding: “The programme gives us opportunity to teach the children what Commonwealth is all about.”

Obajemo said: “The schools which took part today was due to their active participation in the Commonwealth programme over the years.

Before the quiz competition, lectures were delivered to students especially those offering health and physical education in order to familiarize themselves with the questions. I drafted the questions from the physical education textbooks. At the end of the exercise, the British Council will decide who will go to Scotland.”