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Students from various Secondary Schools in Lagos gathered at the JP Clark Building on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 for “A Celebration of the Arts with Focus on Empowering the Boy Child” in honour of the Black History Month.

This year one-day celebration featured interesting activities ranging from talks on the Boy-child and the Girl-child (“Elevating Girls’ Voices for Sustainable Development”; “Empowering Futures: Honouring Black Legacy and Resilience in Boys”; “Nurturing Wholesome, Well-adjusted, Highly Motivated and Successful Boys) and presentations on different aspects of African history, culture and experiences, traditional African music, dance, spoken word (e.g ewi) and folklore, Arts and Crafts exhibition, etc.

Pictured are the top three winners in the event’s categories. Taking first place in the on-the-spot drawing category is Federal Government College, Ijanikin. Grace Schools earned second place in the spoken words and singing category. Coming in third place, in the same category is Queens College.

We Congratulate the participants and also appreciate all the nine (9) secondary schools that participated in this year’s event.

The Schools are:- C. M. S. Grammar School, Dansol High School, F.G.C Ijanikin, Grace High School, International School, Unilag, Maryland Comprehensive High School, Onike Girls Junior High School, Queens College and Yaba College of Technology.

Chukwu Tochukwu from the Federal Government College, Ijanikin, Lagos emerged First Position. Category: on-the-spot drawing.

Oputteh Esther from Grace High School came Second position
Category: Spoken words and singing.

Orok Emaediong from Queens College, Yaba, Lagos came Third position.

Category: Spoken words and singing.