The Grand Finale of the 2020 National Science and Maths Quiz is currently underway and many eyes have been glued on all media to follow proceedings.
The schools that made it to this year's finals are no strangers to it as they have all been there before.
Among the schools slugging it out for honors this year are the Presbyterian Boys Senior High School based in Accra, Opoku Ware Senior High School located in Kumasi and Cape Coast-based Adisadel College.
All three schools put in sterling performances get to the finals and are geared to go all the way to make themselves and their schools proud by lifting the trophy.
Presec has been on the lips of many and they have been touted to carry the day but they would face stiff competition from Owass and Adisco.
The atmosphere at the University of Ghana School of Business where the competition is being held is charged with support coming from old and current students of the finalists.
Meanwhile, the government of Barbados has indicated in a communication that the Ghanaian nurses exported to help their public healthcare system have been impressive so far.
According to Colonel Jeffrey Bostic, Barbados's Minister of Health and Wellness, the Ghanaian nurses assigned to various health facilities in the Carribean country are doing marvelously well.
Some of the nurses are stationed at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), while others have been posted to polyclinics.
The Minister made this known while addressing the Barbados Labour Party’s (BLP) political meeting on October 5, 2020.
The government of Ghana in July 2020, exported some 95 nurses to the Caribbean country to assist with healthcare delivery and health-related programmes.
49 female and 46 male nurses left the shores of Ghana to Barbados in fulfillment of a memorandum of understanding signed between the two countries.
QEH’s executive chairman, Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland, is also reported to have indicated that the Ghanaian nurses are now working in the country after they underwent some vigorous training.
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