The Lagos State University (LASU) has emerged winner of the Qur’an Competition organised at the ongoing National Higher Institutions Convention of Muslim Students (NHICOMS) LASU, Ojo.

LASU defeated top institutions like Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife; The Poly Ibadan; University of Calabar, Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti, and Crescent University among others.

During the keenly contested Musabaqah held on Friday, July 29, the contestants were asked to select one of five Juzu.

Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife was represented by Kamoru Sidiq; School of Forestry, Adedigba Sulaimon; The Poly Ibadan, AbdulKabir Ridwan; University of Calabar, Mujideen AbdulGaniy; Polytechnic Ibarapa, Bro Samsondeen; Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti, Jamiu Mutiu; Federal Polytechnic, Ede, AbdulAzeez Mikail; Lagos State University, AbdulGaffar Lawal; Crescent University, Bro Jamiu.

OAU had 39 marks ; Forestry 11 marks; Poly Ibadan 10 marks ; UNICAL 29 marks ; Poly Ibarapa 37 marks; Ede Poly 45 marks ; LASU 56 marks ; Crescent University 41 marks.

Subsequently, LASU took first position; Ede Poly 2nd; Crescent 3rd; OAU 4th; Poly Ibarapa 5th; UNICAL 6th; Forestry Oyo 7th; Poly Ibadan 8th; and Poly Ado-Ekiti 9th.

The National Higher Institutions Convention of Muslim Students (NHICOMS) is a programme organized by MSSN B Zone. It is an annual programme which comprises colleges of education, polytechnics and universities in Southern Nigeria.

This year’s holds between 28-31(Thursday – Sunday) of July(4 days) at the Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, Lagos State.

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