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Robotic Olympiad : Nigeria representatives boast of 3 gold medals in Mexico 1
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Robotic Olympiad : Nigeria representatives boast of 3 gold medals in Mexico Technology
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Lagos – Five Nigerian students, representing the
country at the First Global Robotic Olympiad
(GRO), on Saturday boasted of coming home with
three gold medals at the competition.
The competition was scheduled to hold in Mexico
from Aug. 13 to Aug. 19.
NAN reports that the students are expected to
leave Nigeria for Mexico on Saturday evening to
join the 193 teams from 187 countries for the
competition.
A team of seven students that represented the
country in the maiden edition of the competition in
Washington DC, U.S in 2017, came third out of 41
African countries that participated in the
competition.
They were ranked 25th out of 162 countries
across the world and they also got two other
awards.
The students, in interviews with NAN, said that
their sacrifices, hard work and commitment during
the preparation gave them assurance of winning
gold medals.
A 16-year-old Anjolaoluwa Olowokere of Lagoon
Secondary School, Aja, Lagos, said that the team
had worked hard in planning, designing and
building their robotics.
“This is a global robotic competition and the team
is well prepared for it.
“We are extremely happy to represent the country.
We are going to bring home three gold medals.
“I am confident we will get a gold medal in the
‘Zhangzheng Award of Engineering Design’, one of
the award categories.
“It is an award given to the country or team with
the best engineering design of robotics.
“Another award category, I am confident of is the
‘First Global Alliance Award’ where three teams or
countries come together to form an alliance where
the best country wins.
“We can only hope that with everything we have
done and with God on our side, we will come out
victorious,” Olowokere said.
Also, Dodie Iroaganachi, 17 of Queens College,
Lagos, said: “ We hope to come out top 10 among
the 193 teams from 187 countries,’’ Iroaganachi
said.
Commenting, Samuel Mbah, 16 of Osezele
Comprehensive Senior School, Lagos, said that
the team would perform creditably well in the
competition.
Mbah said that they had put in their best during
preparation for the competition, adding that they
would make the country and their sponsors,
Aramex Technology, proud.
Also, Faisal Jarmakani, the Managing Director of
Aramex and Doculand Nig., had at a news
conference in Lagos, said that the 2018 challenge
in Mexico would be on “Energy Impact”.
According to him, competitors will be expected to
solve problems related to energy with the use of
robotics.
Jarmakani said that all the students were building
foundation blocks for a technology-advanced
Nigeria.
“Without any doubt, we will soon join other
countries of the world where science and
technology have become the backbone of
economic development,’’ he said. (NAN)

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