- Young King Clef, the winner of Talented Kidz Season 9 in 2018 has been spotted at the National Science and Maths Quiz
- The gentleman whose real name is Sampah Owusu Samuel represented Pope John Senior High School and Minor Seminary
- The young man had previously aced his BECE, getting 7-ones out of 9 subjects before proceeding to SHS
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Sampah Owusu Samuel, the young boy popularly known as Young King Clef who won Season 9 of the Talented Kidz reality show on TV3 Ghana has helped his school to reach the quarter finals stage of the 2022 National Science and Maths Quiz.
His school, Pope John Senior High School and Minor Seminary, was represented by Sampah Owusu Samuel himself and another brilliant lad named Silas Owusu.
Samuel has been amazing from day one as he released a music video titled State of Affairs after winning the Talented Kidz contest in 2018.
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The young man initially demonstrated his academic brilliance after he bagged 7-ones in the 2020 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) as released by the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC).
Making it to the coveted National Science and Maths Quiz stage demonstrates how intelligent Samuel is although he could not make it to the semi-final stage of the competition as his school lost to Presbyterian Boys' Senior High School.
It is safe to say that Young King Clef is bound for a bright future whether he chooses to pursue his musical talent or school. Congratulations to him!
See Samuel on the NSMQ stage below
NSMQ Quiz Mistress Says She Solves & Knows Answers To All Quiz Questions
In an equally exciting report, Professor Elsie Effah Kaufmann, the famous Ghanaian female scientist and moderator of the National Science and Maths Quiz fame, has raised eyebrows with a revelation of how she approves all the questions.
In an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso, the Department of Biomedical Engineering lecturer at the University of Ghana, revealed that she assess each question, solves them by herself and makes sure the answers are correct.
According to Elsie, she is aided by four subject consultants who provide the maths and science problems as well as the solutions but sometimes, they get it wrong.
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