Keta SHTS NSMQ Team, one of the finalists of the 2021 National Science And Maths Quiz, and the bronze medal winners had their contestants on Joy News earlier on 29th November 2021 as part of their thank you and appreciation tour.
Key among the issues talked about has been the future of these young ones who fought so gallantly to raise the image of their school and the Volta Region, being the first school from the region to qualify to the finals of the competition since its inception.
In their discussions, Bright, one of the two boys who were the three forward contestants expressed his desire to become an electrical engineer after pursuing Electrical Engineering in any of the Ghanaian universities. He mentioned that as of the time of the contest, he had applied to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology as well University of Ghana, Legon.
In a forward-looking discussion, Jame, who comes as a sub also expressed how he is interested in becoming a medical doctor and as such harbor the desire of reading Medical Science (Medicine) at the University. He went ahead to express his joy of applying to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology as well as the University of Ghana to pursue his dream
Francisca Lamini on the other hand did not shy away from making her aspirations known to the public. According to her, she aspires to become a medical doctor as well and with that in mind and heart, she has sent applications for admission to the University of Allied Science in Ho, Volta Region as well as the University of Ghana, Legon
Ghanaian universities after seeing the talents of these young ones will be in high demand for them and we hope that they get all their desires sorted out in the shorted possible time. We wish the members of the Keta SHTS NSMQ Team member the very best.