- Ghanaian students excelled at the 2023 International UCMAS Competition in Malaysia, securing four awards
- Maame Korang Ansah-Obuobi, Shaurya Gurbani, Thomas Cudjoe Mensah Ababio, and Obrempong Kojo Mireku showcased exceptional mental arithmetic and abacus skills, making Ghana proud
- Their achievements underscore Ghana's commitment to academic excellence on the international stage, garnering recognition and praise
Ghana celebrated a remarkable achievement at the 2023 International UCMAS Competition in Malaysia, where four outstanding students secured a total of four awards.
Maame Korang Ansah-Obuobi from Rising Sun Montessori School Limited emerged as the champion in the UCMAS Category B (Elementary) contest, beating stiff competition.
Additionally, Shaurya Gurbani from Al-Rayan International School and Thomas Cudjoe Mensah Ababio from Hans Future Leaders Integrated School secured the first and second places in Category B (Elementary level), respectively.
Obrempong Kojo Mireku from Hallmark International School, Haatso, added to Ghana's accolades as the second runner-up for Category A (Basic Level). The competition featured over 2,500 students from around the world in its 30th edition.
These achievements marked Ghana’s prominence among 2,500 students from around the world and portrayed the nation's commitment to academic excellence.
The winners, expressing gratitude to their teachers and parents, highlighted the intense preparations for the competition.
The event drew attention not only for Ghana's victory but also for the dedication and resilience shown by these young talents.
The Technical Director for West Africa at UCMAS, Kirti Gurbani, commended the students and spoke about the international recognition Ghana gained.
The achievements of these young Ghanaians reflect the nation's commitment to academic brilliance on the global stage.
15-year-old Russell Habada triumphs in 2nd Ghana STEM Olympiad, set to represent nation globally
Meanwhile, according to a statement to YEN.com.gh, 15-year-old Russell Habada has won the 2nd Ghana STEM Olympiad.
He emerged victorious, prevailing over 800 other students from 50 schools in the science and math competition.
The event's director told YEN.com.gh the contest saw impressive performances, with Habada now set to represent Ghana globally after his national victory.
Three Ghanaian student innovators vie for $100,000 global student prize 2023
In another story, three young Ghanaian changemakers have been chosen as finalists for the $100,000 Global Student Prize 2023.
Kezia Asiedua Sanie, founder of For The Future Ghana, focuses on supporting underprivileged children's education and well-being.
Paul Mensah Amanor aims to eradicate educational poverty in Ghana through his non-profit, Foundation for Educational Equity and Development, while Mohammed Hafiz Musah co-founded FarmAsyst, an agri-tech startup dedicated to enhancing stability and efficiency for small agribusinesses.
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