The 2021 National Mathematics and Science Quiz (NMSQ) saw Prempeh College, Keta SHTS and PRESEC Legon at the finals. But at the end of the contest, Prempeh College had 53 points, Presbyterian Boys' Senior High School, Legon had 49 points and Keta Senior High and Technical School (KETASCO) also had 30 points. As a result, Prempeh College was named the winner of the NMSQ in 2021.
Because Prempeh College is located in the Ashanti Region, reports indicate that there was great jubilation among a lot of people in Kumasi. A social media user, therefore, captured these guys in your picture celebrating the victory of Prempeh College in grand style.
Watching the video carefully, you can see that a man is carrying a block on his head. One cannot tell the reason behind the block on his head but he was joyfully grinding a lady. He was so excited that at a point in time he hold the backside of the girl and give her a serious 'atopa'. The lady was also in full excitement as if she has won a jackpot. She was seen in the video winding her waist for this guy as they were both sweating profusely.
This propelled some Ghanaians to say that they might be old students of Prempeh College which is why they are so happy for the victory of the school. Others said that the block on the head could fall and hurt the lady. In view of this, this kind of celebration could have ended in tears.
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