Ghanaians react to a Facebook post that asked which NSMQ Team rocked it.
Several Schools from North to South, East to West have competed all over the years in order to win the championship title. So far Presbyterian Boys Senior High School has risen to the occasion by being the school with the highest number of victory, six to be precise, in the National Science and Maths Quiz contest.
A recent trending Facebook Post that has gotten the attention of Ghanaians for them to react massively asked them which team was the best or which team rocked it.
The teams which were presented were from Prempeh College, St. Augustine College and St.Peters Senior High School. One might ask what the purpose of this question is. The reality is that, aside promoting the study of Science and Maths in schools, the National Science and Maths Quiz has indirectly promoted cooperation amongst student. Unity they say is strength.
All winners of NSMQ have one thing in common. Co-operation and unity. Let us see some of the reaction and comments of some of the readers.
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