Six years after conducting the National Science and Mathematics Quiz (NSMQ) for Prempeh College, the 2017 participants have graduated from medical school.
The trio, who secured victory for their alma mater after defeating a fierce contest from the formidable Adisadel College, have become doctors.
The NSMQ team that won the 2017 competition for Prempeh College became doctors. Photo credit: @NSMQGhana.
Wonder Sarfo-Ansah graduated from the University of Ghana Medical Schoolwhile Daniel Osei Badu and Kofi Konadu Boakye graduated from the medical school of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
The NSMQ posted a collage of three photos of the trio to celebrate their achievement.
“Congratulations to the Prempeh College NSMQ 2017 champions on their graduation from medical school. “We wish them all the best as they embark on this new journey,” portions of the post on said.
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Many share differing opinions
Safo wants to become a doctor in Ghana, while Christopher Aquino will work for Apple in the US as an electrical engineer after graduating from Arizona State University. Big difference: Christopher was the best in 2017, but didn’t get help from his partner like Wonderful did.
82 points legend. Congratulations to them.
Man as Wonder Osei Badu and Chase. Bigger, guys.
Wonder Sarfo-Ansah: Prempeh College NSMQ 2017 winner becomes doctor, drops photo
The 82 points, guys. The best students so far in the NSMQ.
The best thing to ever grace the NSMQ!
They need to be posted with juicy salaries as soon as possible.
The legends. Undisputable record breakers/setters.
My GOAT Wonder, congratulations guys.
Boys who clear WASSCE exams in the same SHS become doctors
The duo attended and studied the same course at a Ghanaian secondary school, where they wrote the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) WASSCE before attending the same university.
X user, formerly Twitter FestusLivingst1, revealed that they both attended Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
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She won the title from her peers with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.0 at the university’s graduation ceremony.
The voice of UCC took to Twitter to highlight the achievement of the hard-working lady.