- An Okuapemman SHS student, previously known for her humorous remark about other schools during last year's NSMQ, has undergone a notable transformation
- In a recent interview, she expressed a more respectful and mature attitude toward competing schools, emphasising that they won't over-respect or underestimate any of them
- Her newfound sportsmanship and change in approach have generated positive reactions and intrigue as observers await Okuapemman SHS's performance in this year's NSMQ
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An Okuapemman SHS student, who gained notoriety during last year's National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) for her candid remarks referring to other schools as 'cubicles,' has once again found herself in the spotlight.
In an interview conducted this year, her response has elicited a wave of humorous comments and reactions.
Unlike the memorable video from the previous year, the student displayed a composed and sober demeanour as she addressed the situation.
She explained that this time around, her school is approaching the competition with a different mindset, one that emphasises respect for all participating schools.
"We will not over-respect any school, but we will not underestimate any school either. We know what they can do because we have watched their contests," she stated, adopting a repentant tone.
How social media users have been reacting to the video of the Okuapemman girl
This change in attitude has not gone unnoticed, as netizens and NSMQ enthusiasts took to social media to comment on her transformation.
Many have praised her maturity and sportsmanship, appreciating the shift towards a more respectful stance towards fellow contestants.
You'll not underestimate nso ampa. Saa na y3
Don't mind anybody. Schools no bi y3 cubicles
Future politician right there
Watch the video below:
Supportive NSMQ 2023 spectators' prayerful response to tough question goes viral
Their prayers were directed towards their schoolmates who were participating in the quiz, specifically during a challenging "Problem of The Day" question.
The video quickly gained traction online, prompting a wide array of reactions and humorous comments from viewers.
Kumasi Wesley Girls' High School triumphs in 2023 NSMQ preliminary round
The team secured an impressive 42 points, outperforming their competitors, Northern School of Business and Aduman Senior High School, who earned 35 and 23 points, respectively.
These results, shared on X (formerly Twitter) by @NSMQGhana, have garnered praise for the triumphant school.
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