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DIETAMS ARE THE WINNERS OF THE CLASS ROOM STAR COMPETITION

DIETAMS ARE THE WINNERS OF THE CLASS ROOM STAR COMPETITION

In a state competition that featured twelve competing schools namely; Charles Dale Memorial International School,
Graceland International School, Dietams International School, RoseBank Montessori International Academy,

Divine Model School, Nazareth College, and six other schools, Dietams International School emerged champions of

all three categories at the just concluded Class Room Star Competition organized by Rugged Step Foundation

for African Youth Development (RSFAYD).
RSFAYD is an outstanding non-governmental organization with a solid track record on disability, child right advocacy

and civic education.
The Class Room Star Competition featured three categories; Spoken Words, Public Speaking, and Art Painting.

And, a sum of N250,000.00 in cash prizes for the winner of each category.
Dietams did not just win a category, but scooped all three categories. And, going home with a total sum of

N750,000.00 in cash prizes.
It is with great pride in our heart that we introduce to you the exceptionally brilliant students, alongside, the amazing

teachers who contributed in achieving such an incredible feat.

The winners are (from left to right); Chinonso Dickay for Public Speaking Category, Destiny Ambakederemo for Spoken Word Category, and Orafiri John-Kalipa for Painting Category.

Also, listed below are Dietams’ Students who demonstrated remarkable brilliance during the competition:

Deinma Imabibo in Spoken Word Category,

Benita Fredrick Tolofari in Spoken Word Category,

Elihu Symes in Spoken Word,

Cyril Chiburuoma Odum in Spoken Word,

Diepreye Fanti in Art Painting.

The wonderful and brilliant Dietams’ Art Teacher Mr. Micheal Ogugbuaja (left), who spearheaded this endeavor.

And finally, Dietams, congratulations on your victory in the Class Room Star Competition.

 

 

– On June 22. By Franklin G. Wagbara