- Afia Schwarzenegger has disclosed the results of her twin sons in the 2020 WASSCE
- According to Schwar, her sons passed with flying colours with their lowest grade being C4
- Schwar's disclosure comes in response to trolls on social media suggesting that her children had failed
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Afia Schwarzenegger has finally opened up on the performance of her twin sons, John Irving and James Ian Heerdergen Geiling, in the 2020 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Exams (WASSCE).
Contrary to widespread posts on social media, Schwar has stated that her sons passed the WASSCE 2020 with flying colours.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) released the provisional results for the 2020 WASSCE on Friday, November 13, 2020.
Since the provisional results were released, social media has been awash with photos of the results slips of students, most of whom have excelled.
Afia Schwar's sons John Irving and James Ian also completed school this year. The attended Kumasi High School
With their mother's outspokenness and her support for President Nana Akufo-Addo over the Free SHS, there was always going to be an interest in the twins' results.
Following the release of the results, there has been pressure mounting on Afia Schwar to show the results.
An account purported to be for boxer Braimah Kamoko a.k.a. Bukom Banku even took to Facebook to challenge her to release the children's results.
Amid the pressure and trolling, Afia Schwar has taken to Instagram to reveal the grades her son got.
According to her, John Irving and James Ian scored very high marks with their least grade being C4.
Putting the trolling of her sons on the doorstep of the opposition NDC, Afia Schwar blasted the party's supporters and warned them against provoking her.
Going by Afia Schwar's revelation about the children's results, it is in the right direction to congratulate them.
Gyamfi excelled in the WASSCE scoring straight 'As' in all the eight subjects he wrote.
Gyamfi's performance is just that of his co-contestant in the NSMQ Gakpetor Daneli Kekel who also distinguished himself by scoring straight 'As' in all the eight subjects in the WASSCE.
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