- A final year student at the Islamic SHS in Kumasi has released hilarious commentary on the trending issue of their Integrated Science exams
- The young man called Yakubu Kadir's video summarised how the entire event unfolded from the perspective of the students
- Kadir made the commentary sound exactly like that of a soccer match which makes the video both interesting and exciting
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Yakubu Kadir from Islamic Senior High School (SHS), a final year student, has released a video that summarises the entire Integrated Science examination brouhaha.
The young man, who has been desperately trying to get the attention of some influential people, released the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Twitter handle, Yakubukadir1.
The most captivating part of Kadir's presentation was how he formed a pretty amazing commentary out of the whole situation, making it seem as though he was a commentator for a soccer match.
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Watch the video below:
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In the commentary, Kadir speaks about how the students got tons of different questions that were expected to show up during the exams but did not.
Instead, the Integrated Science paper turned out to be completely unfamiliar and difficult for the students instead, according to Kadir.
The young man truly hopes the hard work he put into making the impressive video will yield some partnerships, sponsorships, or contracts for him in the near future.
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In a separate interesting report, Nina Mitchell, a Black teenager has repeated history made by her grandmother 61 years ago by graduating as the first female valedictorian of her high school.
A report sighted by YEN.com.gh indicates that Nina Mitchell chalked the feat when she graduated with a 4.5 GPA from DeKalb High School in DeKalb, Illinois.
Her grandmother, Pearlene Carter, on the other hand, graduated as valedictorian of Walker High School’s class of 1959 in Coldwater, Mississippi.
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