Victory Presby church has emerged the winners of the 2019 edition of the constituency level
JHS, Maths, English and General Knowledge competition quiz for the first time.
The 1st edition of the competition saw 32 junior high schools competing.
However, the grand final was keenly contested between Mercy Islamic JHS (Ashale Botwe Circuit),
Sowa Din 2 JHS (Nmaidzor Circuit), Vine Christian school, (Adjiringanor Circuit), Victory Presby School,
(Adenta Circuit). After a rather interesting final, Victory Presbyterian church school in the Adenta circuit,
fafraha triumphed over Mercy Islamic JHS, Sowa Din 2 JHS and Vine Christian School, to claim the trophy
for their school. The three contestants who represented Victory Presbyterian church school with 59 points walked
away with 1 laptop each, and gold medal respectively, story books, maths and social studies, science study
books and a golden trophy. Vine Christian School from Adjiringanor circuit, who was the second runner up
with 57 Points walked away with 1 silver medal each, social studies, maths and science study materials and
100 dollars from the chairman of the occasion Togbi Acolatse whiles third place Sona Din JHS from Nmaidzor
Circuit with 53 points also walked away with a bronze medal each.
Organized by the PMC Concept in partnership with the Adenta Municipal Director of Education, Ms Frances
Mabel Williams, MCE of Adenta municipality, Hon. Alexander Nii Noi Adumuah and Member of
Parliament for Adenta Constituency, Hon.Yaw Buabene Asamoa.
The Member of Parliament for Adenta Constituency in an interview with anfrebeats.com disclosed that education
is the key for any nation to have to progress and he is hopeful such competition will help the country
and his constituency has a whole and urged the students to learn hard and take part in the free SHS policy.
He advises parents to continue further the education of their children so that the can have a better future
because education is the key to success. The Director of PMC concepts, Mr Kofi Don Agor also
added that they decided to organize this competition for the children so that they can help them equip more
knowledge during their exams. Mr Kofi Don Agor used this opportunity to call on MPs to support such
educational competition to help our children in various schools so that they can help them achieve a better future.
Story By: Prince Baffour Asamoah