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“Levels Don Change” as Francisca Lamina exit UG groups after gaining Harvard admission

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Francisca Lamina, the brainy Keta Senior High Technical School(Ketasco) contestant in the recent National Maths and Science Quiz has achieved another milestone.

According to Ghanaontheglobe.com sources, the intelligent lady who was schooling at University of Ghana has left the various WhatsApp platforms for her Science course after she gained admission to Harvard Medical School.

The 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) contestant days ago was reported to have gained admission to Harvard University to study for a pre-med degree.

Lamina seems to be cutting ties with her University of Ghana course mates sooner than expected.

According to her course mates, she has left all the WhatsApp groups she was in at the University of Ghana where she was schooling untill her scholarship to Harvard.

Ghanaontheglobe.com other sources also reveal that she has currently packed out of her hall at University of Ghana after gaining the scholarship.

Francisca who represented Keta Senior High Technical School in the 2021 NSMQ was the first female to contest in the finals of the competition in the last 8 years.

Ketasco made history when they qualified for the finals of the NSMQ. The school represented by Francisca, Bright Senyo Gadzo and James Lutterodt battled against six times champions Presbyterian Boys Secondary School (PRESEC) and Prempeh College came third in the competition.

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Source: Ghanaontheglobe.com

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