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Three students, all from Ghanaian schools, have arisen in general best, first, second and third in the 2020 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE), beating their partners from Liberia, Nigeria, Gambia and Sierra Leone. 

They are Master Cecil Tetteh Kumah (first Prize), Master Godfred Aseda Obeng (second Prize) and Miss Afua Manukure Ansah (third Prize). That was the assessment which has its time table moved twice a year ago due to COVID-19 pandemic. 

The triplet, nonetheless, were disclosed and compensated for their extraordinary exhibitions with WAEC International Excellence Awards at the just closed 69th yearly board meeting of the association in Accra, Ghana. 



An aggregate of 2,122,844 applicants from across the five-part nations sat for the assessment, in which Nigeria introduced more than 68% of the figure.

The Head of Public Affairs, WAEC International, Accra, Mr Biodun Aduloju, made the divulgence in an official statement to newsmen in Nigeria, on Wednesday evening. 

He noticed that even the Augustus Bandele Oyediran Award for the general best up-and-comer in the assessment additionally went to a Ghanaian, Cecil Tetteh Kumah. 

Aduloju, a Nigerian, didn't give further subtleties concerning the estimation of the honor prizes won by every one of the three champions. 

Nonetheless, Nigerian students won the general prize of the most recent two years release of the honor while understudies from Ghana won the second and third situation in the two versions. 

Aduloju who uncovered that the Ghanaian President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, pronounced the five-day 69th gathering open, noticed that the chamber had likewise chosen another director to run the issues of the association for the following three years. 


The new director as indicated by him is Prof. Ato Essuman from Ghana, succeeding Mr Baboucarr Bouy from The Gambia, whose residency terminated in March this year. 

He said delegates who went to the gathering included government candidates and agents of the services of training, colleges, optional schools and other vested parties from WEAC part nations.

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