All 3 NSMQ Contestants from Ketasco Obtain Passports to Travel to Dubai

All 3 NSMQ Contestants from Ketasco Obtain Passports to Travel to Dubai

  • James Lutterodt, Francisca Lamini and Bright Senyo Gadzo, have all won themselves free trips to Dubai
  • The trio were the contestants that represented Keta Senior High Technical School at the 2021 NSMQ & made history by sending the school to the grand finale for the first time
  • Francisca won the Outstanding Female Contestant award and a trip to Dubai but her plea for the other 2 contestants to be included has been heard

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see YEN.com.gh News on your News Feed!

The three representatives of Keta Senior High Technical School (Ketasco) at the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz have won themselves free trips to Dubai.

Popular Ghanaian journalist, Vivian Kai Lokko on her Twitter handle, @Viviankailokko, confirmed the news when she indicated that the brilliant students of Ketasco successfully got their passports to visit the United Arab Emirates.

Read also

People of Siamekome in V/R to see light for 1st time as entire town gets powered with solar

"Thank you to the Director of Passports at the @GhanaMFA Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mr Louis Obeng, for making it possible for the brilliant students of Ketaso to get passports to visit Dubai," she said and added a picture to validate the story.
The three contestants who represented Ketasco at NSMQ 2021
The three contestants who represented Ketasco at NSMQ 2021 Photo credit: @Viviankailokko
Source: Twitter

Initially, only Francisca Lamini, the lady among the two boys, was given the privilege of visiting Dubai because she won the Oustanding Female Contestant award, as YEN.com.gh previously reported.

Enjoy reading our stories? Join YEN.com.gh's Telegram channel for more!

However, she pleaded in an interview that her two colleagues, James Lutterodt and Bright Senyo Gadzo also get supported financially to join her as the journey would be a lonely one if she had to go without them.

Although Ketasco placed third in the national quiz competition, 2021 was the first year in the history of the school that they were able to make it to the grand finale.

Read also

Francisca Lamini's dream to become Dr comes true as she gains admission to UG Medical School

Francisca Lamini was also the first girl in eight years to make it to that stage of the competition.

See Vivian's post below

NSMQ winners meet Otumfuo

In a related development, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the supreme ruler of the Ashanti Kingdom, has received the champions of the National Science and Maths Quiz at the Manhyia Palace.

As YEN.com.gh has reported, Prempeh College beat Presbyterian Boys' Senior High School and Keta Senior High Technical School to lift the trophy for the fifth time.

Led by their school officials, the contestants of Prempeh College presented the trophy to His Royal Majesty on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

Source: YEN.com.gh

Online view pixel