- OLAG SHS, who was part of Ghana's representatives at the Robofest World Championship, finished 4th place in their category
- The team was made up of five students led by a brilliant young lady called Jennifer Emefa Agbedor
- Each member of the team received a participation certificate, a medal and a scholarship opportunity at Lawrence Technological University
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Team Cyber-Mac, a team of five students from Our Lady of Grace Senior High School (OLAG SHS), hoisted the flag of Ghana high at the Robofest World Championship held in Michigan in the United States.
The Ghanaian representatives participated in the gaming category with 23 other teams from different countries and emerged in the fourth place.
As the winners of the national qualifications conducted in Accra on January 21, 2023, Team Cyber-Mac from OLAG SHS, Mamponteng and AI Kudus from the Right to Dream Academy, were selected to represent Ghana in the competitive Game Category of the Championship.
Each Cyber-Mac team member earned a trophy, medal, participation certificate and a $3,000 scholarship per year if they decide to pursue their undergraduate education at Lawrence Technological University.
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Students from OLAG who represented Ghana at the Robofest
Amy Ruth Doe-Addo, a final-year general science student; Kathy Gyesey, a final-year general arts student; Martha Naa Okailey-Afful and Frederick Appiagyei, both second-year general science students, were part of the team which was led by Jennifer Emefa Agbedor, a final-year general science student.
The ROBOFEST World Championship is a championship series in robotics for students from the fourth grade through to college. Lawrence Technological University in Michigan, USA, hosted this year's championship from May 10 to May 13, 2023.
GH man designs bus stop with Adinkra symbol & wins America's best bus stop championship
In another story, a gifted Ghanaian man was recently offered an interview after being named the winner of an American competition for the greatest bus top.
Ebenezer Akakpo recounted in a video how he got the idea to create personalised Adinkra bus stops after visiting a jewellery store and admiring all the different designs on display.
Ghanaian village boy who sold coconut and slept outside gets scholarship to Canada
As YEN.com.gh also reported, a graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology's Political Science programme, Peter Bawuah, became a symbol of what it means to advance from rags to grace when he made it to Canada.
Peter posted a video on his TikTok account detailing his struggles in his hometown of Techimantia and his time working as a coconut vendor on the streets before being awarded a scholarship to study in Canada.
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