Following the outstanding accomplishments of Francisca Lamini, has garnered fame, reputation and national recognition for herself.
The young girl put on an incredible performance with her squad, helping her school qualify for the competition’s finals for the first time.
In the last eight years, she became the first female finalist in the National Science and Maths Quiz. Francisca Lamini, according to her colleagues and professors at Keta Secondary Technical, is a bright young lady.
She sat for the Nov/Dec exams at SHS 2 and received 8As, according to her.
Her grades were A1 in all of her elective subjects, including math, biology, physics, and chemistry, according to her results slip, which was posted on the internet.
Not only did she blow all her elective subjects, the grades of the core subjects was nothing but As in all. See the results below;
In other news, Francisca Lamini of the Keta Senior High Technical School has been awarded with a cash prize of GHS 5,000 by the management of NoticeBoard Limited, the operators of Citi TV.
Francisca’s outstanding result at the recently concluded 2021 edition of the National Science and Maths Quiz prompted the generous donation (NSMQ).
Following her victory as the ultimate outstanding female candidate, Francisca has been the topic of the tournament.
She was also the only female student in the last eight years of the tournament to lead her school to the grand finale.
In light of this, Ghana’s television network chose to recognize her efforts with a monetary incentive in order to encourage her.
Chief Executive Officer of Citi TV, Samuel Attah-Mensah, General Manager, Bernard Avle, Head of News, Vivian Kai Lokko, Head of Technical, J. B Allotey, and the Human Resource Manager, Jennifer Anane-Nsiah were the officials who witnessed the donation.
Chief Executive Officer of Citi TV, Samuel Attah-Mensah took to twitter and wrote: Thanks to all of you who retweeted my post of yesterday. Francisca Lamini and her Ketascho team came for the GHS5,000. Wishing her all the best. #NSMQ2021