The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the 139 medals, comprising 36 Golds, 36 Silvers and 67 Bronze event, was rounded up last night with a total of 15 States appearing in the overall medal table.
The host Edo topped the table with 16 Gold, Eight Silver and Seven Bronze medals while Delta placed second with Seven Gold, 11 Silver and Nine Bronze medals.
Bayelsa and Akwa Ibom came third and fouth with the former having Five Gold, Four Silver and Three Bronze medals and the later with Four Gold, Four Silver and Eight Bronze medals.
Similarly, Kano State had One Gold, One Silver and Four Bronze medals while Rivers had Four Bronze and Four Silver medals to place Seventh and Eight positions, respectively.
Cross Rivers and Oyo States came Ninth and Tenth with One Silver and Two Bronze medals and Seven Bronze medals, respectively.
NAN reports that the FCT and Ogun States also came last on the table with each having just a Bronze medal.
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