Get the latest news in music, movies, sports, entertainment and more on Twitter. Here is a recap of trending stories from the past week on #TwitterGhana.
Keta SHS becomes first Volta Region School to Qualify for the NSMQ Finals
The National Science and Maths Quiz (NMSQ) finals have rolled around yet again, and history was made as Keta Senior High School beat Wesley Girls High School and Tamale Senior High School to qualify for the finals. This makes Keta SHS the first ever school from the Volta Region to reach the finals! They’re certainly getting tons of love as seen in this Tweet, as well as the Replies and Quote Tweets.
History made, history is written, the beautiful town of Keta has presented the first school from the Volta Region to make it to the final of the NSMQ! A beautiful story led by three bright students.
Mia woe dza agbagba KETASCO.#NSMQ2021 #SemiFinals #NSMQinKumasi pic.twitter.com/LjWwZsRiQ1
— #NSMQ2021 (@NSMQGhana) November 23, 2021
Who will win this year’s NSMQ2021 Finale? Will Presec make it Seven?
Prempeh College and Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School (PRESEC) join Keta Senior High School in what promises to be an exhilarating grand finale of the NSMQ 2021. With #NMSQfinals trending, there’s a lot of speculation on the Timeline around who will take the ultimate prize, as seen in this Tweet. Influencers like Journalist Nana Aba Anamoah joined in the conversation, being particularly vocal about her support for PRESEC and hyping them in a series of Tweets. Anticipation is high, with the NSMQ official page Tweeting that this is the finale we have been waiting for!
Who wins this year’s National Science and Maths Quiz?
Will Presec make it Seven?
Will Prempeh beat Presec this time around?
Will Keta SHTS, being the first school from the Volta Region to make it to the final of NSMQ grab it for Volta Region?
It’s a game of crème de la crème . pic.twitter.com/FNZbTZyUac
— Ghana Stories 🇬🇭 (@Ghanaspotlight) November 24, 2021
RT if you’re supporting PRESEC.
I love that school.
— Come on, PRESEC (@thenanaaba) November 24, 2021
Albums Featuring Stonebwoy gets Grammy Nominations.
Three albums with features from Ghanaian Artiste Stonebwoy have been nominated in the Best Reggae Album category at iconic awards show, The GRAMMYs. The Artist Tweeted the exciting news and thanked his fans for their constant support. Loads of congratulatory messages have come through for the Dancehall and Reggae Artist, including this Tweet from Silverbird Cinemas.
— 1GAD (@stonebwoy) November 23, 2021
Congratulations to @stonebwoy on his Grammy nominations.
On Monday, November 23rd,the recording academy announced the nominations for each of the 86 category.
Ghanaian dancehall artist, stonebwoy has announced that three albums he worked on have been nominated in the Grammy's ❤ pic.twitter.com/27vqMRccmz
— Silverbird Ghana (@SilverbirdGhana) November 24, 2021
Rocky Dawuni, grabs second Grammy nomination
Ghanaian Reggae superstar, Rocky Dawuni has made the country proud once again with a nomination in the Best Global Albums category at the 64th GRAMMY Awards, with his 2020 EP, The Voice of BunBon, Volume 1. Several news outlets, including Pulse Ghana, Tweeted about the nomination. Ghanaians also took to Twitter to send congratulatory messages to the Reggae icon. Find the reactions here
— Pulse Ghana (@PulseGhana) November 23, 2021
The President promises Accra Hearts of Oak a GH¢1 Million boost
A delegation from Accra Hearts of Oak paid a courtesy call to the President, His Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo at the Jubilee House. The courtesy call was part of activities marking their 110th Anniversary as a football club. The President pledged GH¢1million support to the team ahead of their confederations cup. Citi Sports shared the story in a Tweet.
— Citi Sports (@CitiSportsGHA) November 24, 2021
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