The much touted phrase ‘seven a living God’ the Presterian Boys Secondary School did not materialise as God, instead decided to ‘Glory5’ Prempeh College.
The ‘Amanfuo’ has been crowned the champions of the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) after attaining a substantial victory over the ‘odade3s’ and the ‘Dzoloalians (Keta SHTS) in the final contest.
The race, right from the beginning of the first round saw a keen and stiff competition all the three schools as they locked horns neck to neck for a lead.
Although Prempeh College won, it was a super tough five rounds for all the three schools.
At the end of that tough first round, Presec-Legon scored 17 points, followed Prempeh College with 16 points while Keta SHTS garnered 15 points.
The second round’s speed race got intense as all the finalists, especially Ketasco, scrambled to accumulate points.
But the ‘Christian gentlemen’ still maintained their dominance with a five-point margin ahead of Prempeh.
The ‘Amanfuo’ finished with 21 points while Presec beat them with 26 points.
Problem of the Day favoured the contestants from Prempeh College as they secured a perfect score of 10 points.
That feat landed them the Prudential Life NSMQ Star award worth GH₵4,000. Each of the three contestants will receive GH¢1,000 with their teacher getting the rest.
Both Presec-Legon and Keta SHTS scored seven points each at the end of the third round.
The True or False round had the ‘Dzolalians’ substituting Francisca Lamini with James Lutterodt. Presec equally made a substitution for Joel Aboagye to take over from Henry Otumfuo.
Although they did not make any substitution, Prempeh had almost all their answers right in the fourth round.
Prempeh College’s Evans Oppong ‘magically’ kept his cool to conveniently respond to the questions correctly.
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