1 The Bible Society of Nigeria (BSN) has perfected plans to hold Bible quiz for visually impaired students.
2 This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Benjamin Mordi, Manager, Media and Public Relations and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Lagos
It said that seven schools would take part in the quiz holding at The Apostolic Church, Palmgrove, Lagos on Oct. 6.
“Two students will represent each of the following participating schools in the fourth edition of the Bible quiz.

3 Bethesda Home for the Blind, Mushin; Nigeria Farmcraft Centre for the Blind; Vocational School for the Blind, Oshodi; and King’s College, Obalende.
4 “Others included Lagos State Senior Model College, Agbowa-Ikosi; Lagos State Junior Model College, Agbowa-Ikosi, and Federal Government College, Ijaniki, all in Lagos.
5 “The Bible quiz, which will be chaired by Mrs Kalango Koko, Founder of Rainbow Foundation, is designed to provide a platform for people with visual impairment to engage with the word of God.
“The winner of the competition will go home with a cash prize of N100,000, the first runner-up will get N75,000, while the second runner-up will get N50,000,” it said.

6 The statement said that the BSN would also provide Braille Bible which costs N50,000 free of charge to any person with visual disabilities who can use it.
7 The BSN is a not-for-profit interdenominational Christian organisation that translates the Bible into Nigerian languages, publishes, distributes, and raises funds for the Bible work.
8 The organisation also organises programmes that engage people with the word of God to transform their lives.
So far, the BSN has translated the complete Bible into 26 Nigerian languages, while is on-going in 10 Nigerian languages.
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