President Akufo-Addo has waded into the aftermath of the grand finale of this year's NSMQ
He congratulated the winning school for setting a record and invited them to the seat of government
Presec Legon emerged winners of the 2020 NSMQ after beating competition from Owass and Adiso
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The president of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has extended a congratulatory message to Presbyterian Boys Senior High School.
The move was necessitated after the school won final of the 2020 edition of the National Science and Maths Quiz which was held in Accra.
Presec Legon, was in the finals with Cape Coast's Adisadel College and Kumasi's Opoku Ware Senior High School.
The highly-contested all-boy affair saw the contestants from the finalist schools proving their mettle in the fields of science and maths.
At the end of the day, Presbyterian Boys Senior High School emerged victorious after a hard-fought battle with the other two competing schools.
The win, therefore, sees the Madina-based school lifting the coveted trophy for a record sixth time - more than any other school in the competition's history.
Following the sterling performance of Presec in the now national affair, President Akufo-Addo first congratulated them and extended an invitation to them to meet him personally.
Akufo-Addo took to social media to share a photo of the Presecans who represented their school well and captioned it:
"Congratulations to PRESEC Legon for emerging victors in the #NSMQ2020. Winning #6 makes them the undisputed kings of the competition. Thoroughly well-deserved, and I look forward to welcoming them to Jubilee House soon."
Many followers of the president's Instagram account took to the comment section to also congratulate the Presecans and also shower accolades on Akufo-Addo over the move.
In other news, 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.
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