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#TheLiteracyChallenge: Top 50 entries Announced For Second Stage

The list of Junior High School (JHS) pupils whose entries made it to the top 50 of Citi FM’s Literacy Challenge has been announced.

These 50 pupils were the ones who scored highest after their entries on the topic, “The year is 2035 and the law allows people below age 40 to contest for the presidency. You are a presidential candidate in the general election, in not less than 600 words, write your manifesto speech.”

The 50 have made it to the second stage of the challenge where they will write an aptitude test. The test will be held on September 15, 2018.

After the aptitude test, the top 10 pupils will battle it out for the grand prize of GhC10,000 in a classic general knowledge quiz.

Below is the list of the 50 pupils who have made it to Stage 2 of the Literacy Challenge.

Jesmine Frimpong Manso New Mission Academy
Henry Kwesi Anumel Silicon Valley International School
Jason Gabrilel Kumah Saps School
Karoline Dogbatse Deo Gratis Institute
Duke Elvis Koranteng Okornoe Solidarity Int. Sch
Freda Twumasi Christ The King Int. Sch
Ashitey Aaron Armah Saps School
Prince Kofi Asiedu Crown Prince Academy
Christabel Ampadu Silicon Valley Int. Sch
Genevive Budu Lighthouse Christaian Mission Sch
Nyameye Obeng Akuamoah Kay- Billie – Klaer
Akiwumi Ayola Gladys Madonna School
Abigail Akorli King Jerome Sch. Complex
Miriam Binarachin Wuttuomo Agdam International School
Princess Anna Amponsah Silicon Valley Int. Sch
Harrison Smart Moh Basic School, Korle-Bu
Joshua Sena Kojo Mensah He Reigns International School
Leann Aschkar Vine Christian School
Michelle Afi Dey St. Paul Lutheran Sch. Accra
Emmanuellla Ababu Greenfield School, Agona Swedru
Princess Stephanie Kayode Royal Of Shakespear Int. Sch.
Barbara Wemegah Happy Kids School
Akosua Yeboah Antwi Silicon Valley International School
Kwadwo Boamah Antwi Crown Prince Academy
Jessica Owusu Afriyie Great Achievers Educational Centre
Prisca Adwoa Dufie Yeboah New Mission Academy, Kumasi
Edmond Akpalu St. Paul Lutheran Sch. Accra
Janet Esi Robertson Adenta Community Jhs
Irene Selikem Tsipoaka Hornam Visilica International School
Papa Yaw Osei Peprah St. Paul’s Lutheran School
Osei Rachael Naana Sap’s School
Quainoo Louisa Deo Gratias Institute
Anthony Norkplim Dzomenyo Lizalex Preparatory Sch, Dodowa
Emmanuel Elornam Tetteh Beverly Hills Academy, Hohoe
Vanessa Naryeitey Kinder Paradise School
Loretta Seyram Ahiable Christ The King Int. Sch
Attoh Esther Sedinam Kabore Jhs
Chris Dela Asamani St. Paul’s Lutheran School
Fosua Ekuban Greenfield School, Agona Swedru
Shaaida Paintsil Royals Of Shakespear International Sch. Tema
Quashie Maame Safoa Yahweh International
Vanessa Ofori – Siaw Anchelle International School
Caleb Kwabena Yeboah Boadi Happy Kids School
Ayeyi Atta Kakra Anim-Addo Christ The King International
Awontemi Wope Akwolaga Corpus Christi Basic School
Benedicta Akosua Asomani Crown Prince Academy
Reginald Ansah St. Paul Lutheran Sch. Accra
Mitchell Amatey Akpey Christ The King Int. Sch
Ama Bauwaa Baidoo Greenfield Sch. Agona Swedro
Nana Yaa Nhyira Boamah St Paul Lutheran

About Literacy Challenge
The Literacy Challenge is aimed at recognizing and rewarding the efforts of the overall best JHS student, in Ghana. There are three different levels of the competition. At the first level, participants take part in the essay competition.

At level two, the fifty participants who have been selected will be required to take an aptitude test.

The number will further be reduced to ten, for a quiz competition on the third level.

The Literacy Challenge also seeks to engage contestants in a three-month-long, fun-packed, and education-driven set of activities, which will propel young Ghanaians to develop literacy skills beyond just reading and writing.

The 2018 Literacy Challenge is sponsored by Edifund by Databank and MoneyGram with support by CITI TV.

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