- NSMQ contestant, Alfred Ken-Nsiah, and two others from PRESEC-LEGON won the much-desired 2022 trophy
- His mother has basked in the glory of his achievement while crediting God for her son's milestone
- Speaking to Joy News, she said participating as one of the contestants for his school and clinching the trophy is a dream come true for her son
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The mother of one of the contestants for the 2022 NSMQ winners, Linda Lartieku-Nsiah, has expressed gratitude while basking in the glory of her son's achievement.
Proud mother visibly elated
Speaking to Joy News, the outspoken woman was overwhelmed by her son's performance in the just-ended 2022 National Science and Maths contest.
Lartieku-Nsiah, a pharmacist, mentioned that participating as one of the contestants for PRESEC-LEGON and winning the coveted NSMQ trophy is a dream come true for her son.
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She disclosed that Alfred took interest in watching the contest with his grandmother, a Presbyterian, while he was in basic school before gaining admission to the school.
He entered PRESEC and called back home that there was going to be a series of tests. He called back that by the Grace of God he has been chosen, she recalled.
Lartieku-Nsiah recounted that the family started praying and supporting him. ''To the Glory of God ... It's a dream come true for my boy, and I cannot imagine his joy,'' she said.
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NSMQ 2022: Ernest Ofori Sarpong, Lexis Bill Celebrate as PRESEC Wins Contest
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian business owner, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong, celebrated as his alma mater, Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School (Legon PRESEC) won the 2022 National Science and Maths Quiz, NSMQ.
The Chief Executive Officer of Special Ice Limited and media personality Lexis Bill joined several others to support the PRESEC boys at the Great Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi.
In a video online, spotted by YEN.com.gh, Ofori Sarpong and Lexis Bill are seen cheering and chanting as the Accra-based school clinched their seventh trophy.
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