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Chemistry Challenge hits final stage


Six students have been shortlisted for the PZ Cussons Chemistry Challenge among the over 13,000 that competed across different stages of the competition.

The top six finalists selected from the Practical test phase will compete for a chance to win the coveted grand prize of N1,000,000 at the grand finale, scheduled to hold later this month.

Speaking on the progress of the competition, Group Brand Development and Activation Manager, PZ Cussons Nigeria, Charity Ilevbare-Adeniji said, “Chemistry is at the heart of all manufacturing that we do. As such, we need to build students’ interest in chemistry, which will lead to the right manpower in the manufacturing industry.

“This year, we are making bold our commitment to the development of Chemistry in Nigeria, by expanding this project nationwide. The huge registration numbers show that Nigerians are excited about our work and are eager to be part of it.”

The top three winners will receive a trophy, a medal and N1,000,000, N750,000, and N500,000 respectively. There will be additional prizes including computers and laboratory equipment for the winners’ schools.


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