OWASS Old Boy Brags After NSMQ Win: "If I Don't Succeed In Life, I Know I Went To A Good School"

OWASS Old Boy Brags After NSMQ Win: "If I Don't Succeed In Life, I Know I Went To A Good School"

  • A video of how a young man reacted after his alma mater won the NSMQ contest has got people talking
  • The man said he is happy to be an old student of Opoku Ware and will not be bothered even if he doesn't succeed in life
  • Many people who saw the video expressed mixed reactions, with some rebuking him for his comment

An old student of Opoku Ware School has gone viral after a video of him praising his alma mater hit the internet.

It happened apparently after he attended a contest involving his alma mater in the one-eight stage of the National Science and Maths Quiz, and could not hide his excitement as his school advanced to the next stage.

Photo of excited OWASS student
Old boy of OWASS delights after NSMQ win Photo credit: @user8056283319295/ TikTok @NSMQGhana/X
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Expressing delight, the young man, who looked visibly excited, said even if he does not succeed in life, he takes delight in knowing that he is an old student of Opoku Ware.

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At the time of writing the report, the video had gathered over 800 likes and 21 comments.

Watch the video below

NSMQ favours grade A school

YEN.com.gh reached out to an educationist, Mr Daniel Fenyi for his take on this year's competition where he revealed that the NSMQ favours SHS catergorized as grade A schools.

"The competition favours Grade A schools. There are more innovative talents hidden in the Grade B, C, D & E schools but the nature of the competition only favours Grade A schools where most of the students are smart in memorising and speaking.
"If the quiz changes into a practice-based one, it is likely a lot of students from lower grade schools will shine"

He also advocated for quiz masters to be made to oversee contests in some stages of the competition.

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"Currently, the quiz is run by only female mistresses from the district and region levels to the national level. This gender bias is not helpful. In fact, this may account for why the girls schools are not able to do better, because, generally, female students tend to like their male teachers which makes them perform well in the classroom. Therefore, if these girls come to meet male quiz masters, they may perform better too.

Ghanaians react to the utterances of the young man

Many people who reacted to the video expressed astonishment over the utterances of the young man.

Flight BlessUp 1000 stated:

take the school go buy food wai

Radamel indicated:

Eiii bibinii y3 nipa ooo

user6877684286759 stated:

Gyimi saaaa . What will shs school do at this moment . Then remain in shs all your life

Isaac Bossman Mensah reacted:

Then what did you achieve from going to OWASS?

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Yaw-testimony replied:

still akatakyie for life

OWASS warns other competing schools

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that the NSMQ team of Opoku Ware School has warned other schools competing in this year's championship.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of Joy News, a member of the OWASS team said that he and his mates had studied very hard for the competition and were already thinking of the final, which will be held in Accra.

He revealed that the team's focus is now on winning the National trophy, which has eluded them for the past 20 years.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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