By Igbaugba Ehigimetor
The Nigeria News Agency (NAN) reports that the 139 medals, comprising 36 gold, 36 silver and 67 bronze, were rounded off last night with a total of 15 states listed in the overall medal table.
Host Edo topped the table with 16 gold, eight silver and seven bronze, while Delta placed second with seven gold, 11 silver and nine bronze.
Cross Rivers and Oyo States came ninth and tenth with one silver and two bronze and seven bronze, respectively.
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