M&M School Win Wonderland Carnival


M&M School, Ajasa Command has won the 2017 Wonderland Children’s Day carnival held at Abesan Estate, Keda field. M&M had a total of 80 points to top the overall table after an impressive performance in athletics, match-past, cultural exhibition, drinking competition.

2015 Champions, Shalom Schools, Baruwa, Ipaja, finished second with 74 points while third place went to Childs Fountain Schools, Gowon Estate.

Other participating schools were Globalight Schools, Egbeda, Kingdom Schools, Ipaja, All Saints Academy, Baruwa, Mayor Schools, Meiran, Ambassadors Schools, Idimu, and Marigold College, Ipaja.

In some of the events decided, Shalom Schools won the 4 by 100 metres relay race in the boys and girls category. M&M finished second in the boys category with Child Fountain School coming third. The girls silver medal went to Globalight Schools, Egbeda while M&M came third. M&M School took the top spot in the match-past category ahead of Shalom Schools and Kingdom Schools. The main excitement of the day was in the drinking competition sponsored by Viju Milk and Ribena. In the nursery section, which was sponsored by Ribena, Roda Micheal of Shalom School came first ahead of Bisola Anisere of M&M School and Amanda Nwazoto of All Saints Academy. The boys section was won by Jomiloju Ganiu of Shalom Schools beating Ebube Elueme of Globalight School and Korede Ogundare of M&M. The primary section was won by Chibuzor Anyagura of Shalom, beating SamadFasasi of M&M and Moses of Child Fountain School.

The fun and excitement continued in the eating contest sponsored by Supreme Noodles with Fatimah Umar of Childs Fountain emerging winner ahead of Anjola Ayodele of M&M and, in the boys category, the top two prize went to Emmanuel Nwazoto and Elisha Ashilogun of All Saints Academy. In the teachers drinking category sponsored by Savana Drink, Sunday Okwueze of Globalight came first beating Caleb Solomon of Childs Fountain to second position. The wonderland children’s day carnival was attended by over 600 children drawn from various schools within Alimosho Local Government with supports from Supreme Noodles, Viju Milk, Sona Biscuits, Savana Drink and Ribena Suntory.