A team of enthusiastic learners has caught the attention of the virtual world with their display at the ongoing 2023 National Science and Mathematics Quiz (NSMQ).
They fervently prayed in the pictures and sought divine assistance for their participants as they grappled with a highly complex “Problem of the Day.”
The footage detailing this fervid display of backing quickly spread like wildfire and provoked lots of reactions and debates among the digital community.
Learners of NSMQ beseech Divine Help for Problem of the Day. Photo Credit: @nsmqghana
The unique fusion of scholastic merit and religious fervor seen during the NSMQ continues to enchant spectators and exhibit the passion and resolve of Ghana’s young brains.
Netizens Respond to the Footage of NSMQ Learners Praying
Online platforms are abuzz with it responses to the clip, with a plethora of viewers expressing their delight and admiration for the learners’ heartfelt prayers.
Sampson Kwesi Vormawor stated:
Heaven and earth will fade away, but my divisions will not fade away…(endure forever) Amen
Wise Lêgend Thê philosopher observed:
There’s nothing amiss if you study and buttress it with prayers. However, praying without studying is problematic. But I don’t perceive anything wrong with a learner praying to back his or her school.
Fidem Ekklesia Gratia affirmed:
Forces are in action…pray for the correct solution… FORCE OF GRAVITY is cited in the problem. I❤️NSMQ
Dionly Abbey added:
Laugh out loud, I appreciate the Spirit… but “Work hard to show that you are accepted…” DON’T pray to… There’s a time for prayer and a period for studies.
View the footage below:
Wesley Grammar School Advances in NSMQ 2023, Eliminating Holy Child and St Andrews in Preliminary Round
In other news, Wesley Grammar School in Dansoman, has advanced to the subsequent phase of the National Science and Mathematics Quiz (NSMQ) after outperforming Holy Child School and St. Andrews SHS.
Many applauded this victory, while others expressed shock at Holy Child School’s unexpected withdrawal from the contest.
Kumasi Wesley Girls’ High School Triumphs in NSMQ 2023 Preliminary Round, Besting Rivals
Similarly, in Ghana’s Ashanti Region, Kumasi Wesley Girls’ High School scored a win in the preliminary stage of the 2023 National Science and Mathematics Quiz (NSMQ).
The team achieved an impressive score of 42 points, surpassing Northern School of Business and Aduman Senior High School, which scored 35 and 23 points respectively.
The results posted on X (formerly Twitter) by @NSMQGhana, have garnered rave feedback for the victorious school.