Mamfe Methodist Girls' beat Adisadel College to become First Lego League Robotics Champions

Mamfe Methodist Girls' beat Adisadel College to become First Lego League Robotics Champions

- An all-girls' high school in the Eastern Region has triumphed over 14 other schools including Adisadel College to win a robotics competition

- The Methodist Girls’ Senior High School won all 14 schools in the First Lego League Robotics Championships held at the Galaxy International School in Accra

- It is reported that the upcoming competition dubbed the First Championship will take place in Detroit, Michigan, USA from April 29–May 2, 2020

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Methodist Girls’ Senior High School, Mamfe, in the Eastern Region of Ghana has trampled over 14 different schools at the just ended First Lego League Robotics Championships held at the Galaxy International School in Accra

According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Supadupanews.wordpress.com, the Mamfe Methodist Girls’ SHS won the robotics project segment and the overall trophy.

It is indicated that the girls’ school has become a force to reckon with when it comes to robotics in recent times and in this case, they won over the renowned Adisadel school which finished second in the competition.

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Reports have indicated that the upcoming competition dubbed the First Championship will take place in Detroit, Michigan, USA from April 29–May 2, 2020.

It is reported that each country, which is represented at the FLL Final Central Europe would receive a ticket for the World Festival.

The tickets will be awarded to the best-ranked teams in each country. If the best-placed team refuses the ticket, the next best team in the country will receive the ticket.

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In other news, Rachel Laryea, a Ghanaian caterer who resides in the United States has come out with mindblowing recipes under her Kelewele brand that makes ice cream, brownies, burgers and cookies all from plantain.

In a short documentary sighted by YEN.com.gh, Rachel Laryea indicated that she started the business just out of the passion to create other things apart from Kelewele, kakro or tatale which plantain is normally used for.

She indicates that most kinds of food that are made with plantain around the world especially in black communities are only usually roasted, fried or cooked into the various dishes.

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