The National Science And Maths Quiz (NSMQ) is currently ongoing at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. This annual program is one noted for creating smiles on the faces of the alumnus of the various senior high schools in the country.
This year's edition has promised to be one of the loveliest editions and I am glad the contestants are getting on very well with the nature of the competition. Unfortunately, many schools couldn't reach the one-eight stage and have to come back stronger next year.
Netizens have decided to settle on a contestant who is currently making waves in the competition. He is a student of Akroso Senior High Technical School and looking at him, I am sure his opponents will be scared and accept their loss even before the competition starts.
Netizens on the social media are asking questions right after seeing this young man. They claim an investigation about the contestant should be made because they have doubts about him being a student. Some are even saying he is likely to be a teacher and if true, is going to be unfair to other schools.
I compiled a few comments I got from the post, let us take a look at them
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