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Anambra School Wins National Girls in ICT Competition with Innovative VR Project

In a remarkable feat of innovation and skill, St. John Vianney Science College in Igbariam, Anambra State, clinched the top spot at the National Girls in ICT Competition 2024. The college’s virtual reality project, M-Tag VR, dazzled judges and secured the national championship title, showcasing the prowess of its talented students.

 

Led by the exceptional trio of Immaculate Ikegwuonu, Camilla Anyadike, and Nweke-Nonso Oluchi, mentored by coach John Onuigbo, the girls mesmerized audiences with their project, which offers users an immersive journey through iconic Nigerian landmarks like Zuma Rock while delving into the rich cultural tapestry of Nigerian tribes.

 

From the initial triumph at the state level to emerging victorious in the South-Eastern regional championship, the girls demonstrated unparalleled dedication and ingenuity. Their path to victory was paved with determination as they overcame challenges and outshone competitors from all corners of Nigeria.

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The elation was palpable as Immaculate Ikegwuonu shared her gratitude, emphasizing the importance of their school’s support in nurturing their ICT skills. Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Obimma, the Director of St. John Vianney Science College, echoed this sentiment, highlighting the institution’s commitment to empowering young women in STEM fields.

 

This triumph not only signifies a monumental achievement for the school but also serves as a beacon of inspiration for aspiring young girls across the nation. It underscores the transformative power of education and technology in shaping the future.

 

Behind every success story lies a dedicated support system, and Kodex Africa’s facilitation of the competition through implementing hubs in each state played a crucial role in nurturing and showcasing the talents of these young innovators from Anambra State.

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