A funny video of Ghanaian actor, now newscaster on United Television, Akrobeto, has been circulating online. In the video, Akrobeto attempted to solve some of the questions which were posed during the contest that featured Presbyterian Boys Senior High School, Legon, St. Peters Senior High School and Chemu SHS.
One of the questions which he tried to answer was a chemistry question which read, "Name the reagent that can be used to convert ethylbenzene to benzoic acid". His funny answer was, "Ofoase Ayirebi". According to him, the question was about the region (he mistook reagent for region) that could convert black soil into items and to the best of his knowledge, Ofoase Ayirebi was the best place.
He later tried the problem of the day. The question was a very long one and he posed a serious demeanor whiles the quiz mistress, Dr. Elsie Kaufman was reading the question. After she had read the question, he burst out into laughter. All what he said was, " The question is too long. How do you expect me to solve this question? Atta Mills could not solve the problem of the day. Rawlings could not solve the problem of the day. Mahama could not solve the problem of the day. Even Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo cannot and will not be able to solve the problem of the day"
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