Amadu, Omorogiuwa Win Okojie @ 60 Charity Golf Tournament

Victor Amadu and Joy Omorogiuwa last weekend emerged champions at the Chief Percy Okojie @ 60 Charity Golf Tournament held at Benin Club Golf Section (BCGS), Benin-City, Edo State.

Amadu (hcp 10) played a net score of 72 to win men’s category while Eghosa Otabor (hcp 16), who placed second   beat Mr. Adekunle Edeki (hcp 28) on count-back having both played 74 net. BCGS Competition Secretary, Osaze Iyare (hcp 3) won the best gross with 75 gross.

Similarly, Omorogiuwa (hcp 31) won the ladies category with 67 net, thus beating the duo of Foluso Oboro (hcp 36) with 75 net and BCGS Lady Captain, Betty Oriakhi (hcp 26) 76 net to second and third place respectively. Ehis Igbinadolor won best gross with 81 gross.

Encomiums were showered on the celebrant, the Ebojieta of Ohordua for his exemplary leadership quality and contributions to sports development in the state and beyond.

In the veteran men’s category, Sir Tony Aghedo confirmed supremacy with 70 net while Sylvester Akhigbe played 73 net and Robert Owamagbe with 77 net placed second and third. Dr. Jackson Gaius Obaseki for playing 77 net won the super vet men.

Adesuwa Osahon (hcp 36) led the veteran ladies cadre with 83 net just as Prof. Oseluse Dawodu (hcp 31) recorded 85 net to settle for second ahead of Omosefe Osaghae (hcp 34) who played 86 net. Ivie Iyoha (hcp 32) aka Mama Golf won the super veteran ladies with 94 net.

However, the guest men trophy was won by Otunba O. Adekanola with a net score of 73 net while Abraham Aburime played 74 net to pick the second spot award.

Meanwhile, Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma emerged winner of the maiden edition of Chief Percy Okojie Moot Court Competition among Law Faculty students from universities in Edo State.

At the end of the one day event held at conference room, Percy Okojie and Company Corporate Office, Benin-City, AAU featured 13 law students poled 700 points out of 800 points to win the competition.

Also, University of Benin (UNIBEN), Benin-City that featured four students gathered a total of 663 points to placed second behind AAU, the state-owned university.

It would be recalled that Chief Okojie, is a renowned property lawyer, the moot court competition focused on Commercial Law, and it was organised by Policy and Law Reform Centre in his office.

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