On the day’s first table, which was released at 3:54 p.m., Bayelsa are still in second place with 18 gold, six silver and nine bronze medals.
Hosts Edo are in third place with 14 gold, 16 silver and 16 bronze medals, while Rivers have overtaken Kwara to place fourth with four gold, three silver and six bronze.
Kwara, Akwa Ibom and Oyo each have one gold medal, with Kwara ahead of them with one silver and one bronze medals, and the other two with eight bronze each.
Fourteen other states —- Kano, Lagos, Sokoto, Abia, Cross River, Ogun, Borno, Gombe, Bauchi, Anambra, Imo, Yobe, Oyo, and the Federal Capital territory, are with either silver and bronze medals or just bronze medal(s).
Sixteen other states are yet to win any shade of medal at the festival which began on Friday and will end on April 14.
In total, 203 medals have been won by the participating teams, with 59 of them being gold, 58 silver and 86 bronze.(NAN)