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Day 1 starts on 28/09/2020. Day 2 also commerce on 29/09/2020. Contest for day 4 Chemu SHS St. Rose's SHS OLA SHS, HO are in the 17th contest on 30/09/2020. St. Peter's SHS Notre Dame SHS Berekum SHS occupied the 18th contest on 30/09/2020. Contest 19 on 30/09/2020. Kumasi Academic Mfantsipim School St. Mary's SHS, Accra Contest 20 on 30/09/2020. Tamale SHS Osei Tutu SHS Armed forces SHTS Contest 21 on 30/09/2020. Kpando SHS Apam SHS Nkwatia Presby SHS Contest 22 on 1/10/20 St. Ignatius of Loyola SHS Aburi Presby
The earth is such a vast and broad place that makes it very difficult to explore the world even in hundred years. Though earth has a charming and beautiful scenery, it has its dark sides. Places uninhabited could either be due to human beings themselves imposing a restriction or the works of mother nature herself. The article contains five most prohibited places a tourist or person should never ever go, unless he or she wants to either maimed, run insane or perhaps die eventually. Starting with number 5 5 .
Recently people in various schools have being arguing about or boosting of having the best entrances in when it comes it's beauty and attractiveness. Here are the 20 schools in Ghana with the most beautiful and attractive entrances. 1.PRESEC, LEGON PRESEC – Legon is currently 81 years and from Odumase to Legon, still Ghana's finest secondary school for boys. From a humble enrolment of 16 pioneer-students and 4 tutors in 1938, the current population is 3,870 boys, with 70 classrooms, 178 teachers, 75 non-teaching
St Peters has formally gotten the first to answer four out of four enigmas effectively since the beginning of the GOIL Riddle Bonanza grant. NSMQ heavyweight, St Peter's SHS (NSMQ 2000, 2005 and 2018 Champions), impacted the world forever today at the R.S. Amegashie Auditorium, University of Ghana by noting each of the four enigmas in the last round effectively. They become the first to accomplish this accomplishment in the 2020 version of the NSMQ. The three-time NSMQ champions wowed the crowd with their
Why I quit using my baptismal name Peter – Akrobeto reveals Akrobeto The pride of each general public is to keep its cultural legacy to ensure and save the general public for many ages. One most significant part of this cultural safeguarding is having an indigenous name from the progenitors which makes you handily recognized any place you go. Nonetheless, the story in the Ghanaian people group is distinctive as religion has had the option to delete the customary naming framework through which one can