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NSMQ: 2019 star Anthony Papa Eliason earns a first-class degree in electrical engineering from KNUST

After earning the honor of winning the 2019 National Science and Mathematics Quiz (NSMQ) alongside his colleagues, Anthony Papa Eliason has now graduated from university.

The St Augustine's College alumnus obtained a first class degree in electrical engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

NSMQ 2019 star Anthony Papa Eliason is graduating with a first class degree in electrical engineering from KNUST. Photo credit: @NSMQGhana.
Source: Twitter

The NSMQ organization took to X (Twitter) to celebrate the genius for joining the list of former NSMQ participants who have excelled academically.

“Congratulations to Anthony Papa Eliason, member of the NSMQ 2019 winning team from St. Augustine's College, on graduating from KNUST with a First Class Honors in Electrical Engineering,” the caption read.

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How people reacted on social media

@iamyourspec said:

Win everywhere.

@Cassius90372908 responded:

This guy won the trophy just for Augusco, and people were hyped for Newton.

@profdublyn_zee said:

APSU 4 life. Sharp guys! Omnia Vincit Labor; Perseverance conquers all. MBO!

@YawTakoradi posted:

A real mathematician.

@LawerAugustine commented:

Congratulations, APSU. Take to the skies, brah.

@dacosta_LLF said:

My mannnn, congratulations.

@SamuelP35634456 responded:

The man was a goat that year.

@AwuahShadrack9 said:

It was so clear. Congratulations to him.

@Mark_7337 responded:

Congratulations to him!

@Osbornoloog said:

Herh, this guy is inflamed! Very solid guy.

@__forestGreen posted:

Straight to ECG headquarters.

@Sammybee881 said:

Made for greatness. Keep rising higher.

NSMQ 2017 star Antwiwaa Yiadom-Boakye graduates from KNUST

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