University of Cape Coast is one of the universities in Ghana which has chalked a lot of successes as far academics is concern. The school is noted for its seriously to make sure students achieve the best of education to become good and responsible citizens in the country.
A primary six pupil from University of Cape Coast Basic School has made Ghana proud at the World Intercontinental Spelling B Competition in Dubai. Eleven year old Master Angel Ankamah Arhin emerged winner during the inter schools competition in Ghana and had the chance the represent Ghana on the world stage of the competition.
After participating, he won the African Zone Competition and place third in the World Stage of the spelling B competition which was held in Dubai.
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This enviable feat makes Angel Ankamah Arhin the first African and the first Ghanaian pupil to win this amazing award. He was given certificate of participation, medal and a trophy as an award.
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