- A Science student from Kumasi Anglican Secondary School named Wilfred Obeng has earned straight As in the 2020 WASSCE
- Obeng attained eight As in Chemistry, Biology, Elective Maths, and five other subjects
- The brilliant Science student initially sat for a private WASSCE in 2019 and also clinched all As
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Wilfred Obeng, a student from Kumasi Anglican Secondary School, has made his family proud as he obtained impressive grades in the 2020 West African Senior Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The brilliant SHS graduate scored all As in the 2020 WASSCE. He initially sat for a private WASSCE while in Form 2 and still cliched all 8As, although he was a year behind the 2019 batch.
He obtained straight As in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Elective and Core Mathematics, Integrated Science, Social Studies, and English Language.
YEN.com.gh learned that Obeng represented Kumasi Anglican in the 2020 National Science and Maths Quiz contest.
Although his school failed to clinch the ultimate prize, Obeng's sterling performance earned him national attention.
In another moment of glory earned through hard work, Obeng has been celebrated for his recent academic accomplishment in a post on social media.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Mercy Nana Ama Akomprah, a brilliant student of Achimota School, has scored all As in the 2020 West African Senior Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Mercy Nana Ama Akomprah also obtained As in all eight subjects, including Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Elective and Core Mathematics, Integrated Science, Social Studies, and English Language.
Mercy Akomprah is a product of the Free Senior High School programme, an initiative that has seen over 1 million students gain access to free education since the programme took effect in 2017.
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