Majority of Ghanaians have shared diverse opinions and predictions about the upcoming National Science and Maths Quiz finals featuring Prempeh College, Presbyterian Boys Senior High School and Keta Senior High School.
These are some of the reasons raised to give Ketasco the higher chance of becoming this year's champions.
According to many, Prempeh College are planing to host and win but being a four time champions will make them complacent, and the margin they used to beat OWASS will make them think they are finished. The same thing applies to the Presbyterian Boys.
However, for Keta senior high school being the first time in history to make it to that far means a lot to Ghanians
A win would be the first for them and the first for a Volta Region school and their win will shut the other two noisy schools up. It would be nice to see an underdog snatch the trophy.
Ketasco is in to pull another surprise tomorrow.
Here are some comments gathered from social media;
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