- Francisca Lamini's hard work has paid off after gaining admission into one of the best universities in the world
- The only female finalist at the 2021 NSMQ has got admission into Harvard Medical School in the United States of America
- The news was revealed by the American Chamber Of Commerce In Ghana on its official Facebook page
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Keta 2021 NSMQ female Fransisca Lamini has been given a fully-funded scholarship to study at Harvard Medical School after passing her WASSCE with flying colours.
This great news was revealed by the American Chamber Of Commerce In Ghana on its official Facebook page.
Apparently, all the necessary documents have been acquired for the national heroine before she leaves the shores of Ghana to pursue her medical career hence the message reads;
It was great having the young, intelligent Francisca Lamini at the secretariat earlier today before she leaves for her studies at the prestigious Havard Medical School.
"Congratulations to our very own Francisca Lamini on her admission to The Harvard Medical School.
We are proud of your achievements."
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Francisca Lamini 2021 results slip pops up, scores 2nd 8As in a year
Francisca Lamini made her people proud once again.
Lamini came out with flying colours in the 2021 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Lamini's results slip was shared by a Facebook user, Nate Ekue Mensah, who was impressed with the young lady's performance.
Senior High School education to be increased from 3 to 6 years beginning 2023 - Education Minister
The minister of education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum has revealed that in 2023, the government will begin a pilot of six years secondary education system.
According to him, this system will be piloted at 15 sites and is envisioned to be more efficient and cost-effective.
“In 2023 when we open those schools, you are going to see how we are going to see six years [of] quality secondary education,” the Education Minister, said to the press on Tuesday. "
Bright Senyo Gadzo Blows His WASSCE
Bright Senyo Gadzo, one of the stars of the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ 2021), has excelled in the West African Secondary School Exams (WASSCE).
Bright Gadzo, a contestant for Keta Senior High School (Ketasco), scored straight As in all the eight subjects he wrote.
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