Today marks the end of the quarter finals stage competition with wining schools progressing to the semi finals tomorrow.
The first contest today featured three top senior high schools in Ghana; Kwame Nkrumah university of science and technology senior high school ( KNUST SHS), Accra Academy Senior High School and Anlo Senior High School.
The contest was a dramatic one where it was so difficult to predict the wining school. Accra Academy started the contest very well taking the lead from the first round. They maintained their position through to the fourth round. The interesting part of the show was that none of the two other schools were far behind.
KNUST SHS followed keenly to the fourth round and affected their power. At the end of round four, this was the scores
Accra Academy: 52pts
KNUST SHS: 49pts
OLA SHS, Ho: 41pts.
The boys held the riddles like nothing else. Rising above Accra Academy and securing their spot at the top. The agenda host and win is on and working
End of contest results
KNUST SHS: 55pts
Accra Academy: 52pts
OLA SHS, Ho: 45pts
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