Radio star Abeiku Santana drills 57-year-old BECE graduate on live radio (video)

Radio star Abeiku Santana drills 57-year-old BECE graduate on live radio (video)

- Abeiku Aggrey Sanatana has put the IQ of Ghana's current oldest JHS graduate to the test

- He was seen asking Madam Elizabeth Yamoah some tough brain-teaser questions

- Elizabeth Yamoah made history as 2020's oldest BECE candidate

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Multiple award-winning radio presenter, Abeiku Aggrey Santana, has put the intelligence of 57-year-old BECE graduate, Madam Elizabeth Yamoah to the test in a live radio interview.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Abeiku Santana who was interviewing Madam Yamoah on his show asked her to read a "Myself" essay she had written.

The Okay FM radio show host then went on to ask her some brain-teasing arithmetic questions which saw her fumbling a bit but she managed to answer.

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According to Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, she wants to be a nurse when she is able to continue her education and complete successfully but in the interim, she is a farmer and trader.

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The mother of four also added that her headteacher is her mentor and looked up to him almost all the time.

57-year-old Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, heaved a sigh of relief on Friday, September 18, 2020, when she celebrated her graduation from the junior high school.

An elated Madam Elizabeth Yamoah brought out the child in her as she joined her JHS3 classmates to celebrate their successful completion after they sat for this year's BECE.

The 57-year-old student of Agona Odoben Presby Junior High School was part of the 531,705 candidates who sat for 2020's BECE which came to an end today, September 18, 2020.

Madam Yamoah is reported to be Ghana's oldest BECE candidate for the 2020 batch of students and is looking to gain access to secondary education through the NPP's Free SHS programme.

Meanwhile, a young but talented Ghanaian male junior high school student who sat for the 2020 Basic Education Certificate Examination, has wowed social media users with a car he built.

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In the viral video on social media, the young JHS 3 student was seen starting and revving his creation and getting it ready for his trip to school.

The video showed the creator of the Lamborghini-like car with bird-like doors in his car and about to give his classmates a ride to school to write their last papers in the just-ended BECE exam.

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