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Legon Presec Boys Best NSMQ Student, Collapse In The Middle Of The Competition; Rushed To Hospital (Video)

The Semi-Final of the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz has been very smooth and competitive. Unfortunately, some top-notch schools are falling behind.

Legon Presec Boys has eliminated Chemu Senior High School and St Peters boys at the first round of the Semifinals granting them a place in the finals.

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However, the unfortunate happened to Presec boys despite coming out victorious. Their best competitor, Otumfour couldn’t continue and was replaced with Joel Aboagye who performed very well.

Ofumfour has been rushed to the hospital to undergo treatment after his sudden illness. We wish him all the best and hope he recovers to his very best ahead of the finals.

Watch the video below;

Source: Occupygh.com

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