GHS 80,000 has been set aside the any school that wins the National Maths and Science Quiz (NSMQ) this year, 2021.
This has been made known in today's news by the Managing Director of the Primetime Limited, Madam Nana Akua Ankoma-Asare.
She went on to narrate that it is not going to be the winners who would take home such huge amount of money but rather, those who would become 2nd and 3rd in the ongoing competition are also going to take home monies wichi would be given to the authorities of the schools, on behalf of their students.
They are therefore encouraging all schools to do their possible best to bring out the best in them.
The NSMQ has been in existence for years now and it has made the Ghanaian populace get to know the schools that are doing well academically nationwide.
Again, it has made the students who embark on these activities 'stars' and as a matter of fact, majority of them are able to gain scholarships, and other sponsorship deals in furtherance of their academic pursuit both in the country and abroad.
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