In a recent announcement, Frank Igbojindu, the Group Managing Director of Akpoazaa Group and CEO of Best Brain Contest, revealed that the 3rd Edition of the BBC Anambra State Mathematics and Igbo Quiz Competition for Senior Secondary Schools is set to take place on Saturday, December 9, 2023, at Prof Kenneth Dike Library in Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria.
The prestigious quiz event aims to challenge students from both private and public schools in Anambra state, testing their knowledge in mathematics and understanding of the Igbo language.
Frank Igbojindu emphasized the importance of education, stating that Best Brain Contest is dedicated to making education a priority for all. He mentioned, “Education, being the bedrock of every society, deserves attention and support from all stakeholders.”
Best Brain Contest, renowned for promoting cultural heritage through its quiz competitions, scholarship examinations, spelling bees, debates, seminars, and other educational programs, has consistently strived to contribute to the educational development of young minds.
Notably, the organization recently conducted a scholarship examination for students in Secondary and Tertiary Education on behalf of IG Aguowo Health and Academic Foundation, inducting about 150 students into their scholarship scheme in July 2023.
In October 2023, Best Brain Contest was entrusted by De Imperial Philanthropic Family to organize a scholarship examination for JS1 students from Public Secondary Schools in Southeast Nigeria, selecting 250 beneficiaries for their scholarship scheme. The scholarship exercise, unveiled on November 4, 2023, at Awka, will commence with Anambra students on Saturday, November 18, 2023, at St John of God Secondary School Awka.
Frank Igbojindu expressed gratitude to clients, partners, and his wife, AMB. Chinaza Igbojindu, who serves as the Vice Chairman of Best Brain Contest and BBC Team, for their unwavering commitment and dedication. He urged individuals, organizations, and groups to invest in the education of young people, emphasizing that “Investment in Education is an Indirect way of Storing Wealth for Future Use.”