The Luv FM Primary School Quiz 2022 edition has become more thrilling as it approaches the quarterfinal stage.
The audience on radio and online have been treated to a terrific battle of wits by participating schools.
The best 24 equipped schools in this year’s competition have advanced to the quarter finals after a solid display of brilliance.
A total of 80 schools auditioned for the tournament, with 36 making it to the preliminary round.
The qualifying schools are paired in threes to compete against each other for the next stage of the contest.
“The competition has been highly intense thus far,” said Quiz Master Erastus Asare Donkor, “with certain schools already demonstrating their might.”
With many schools almost scoring at par, “there is much competitiveness among them. I believe each one of them came prepared,” he added.
“The next stage will be tough for any school that comes unprepared,” observed the Quiz Master.
The quarter final stage of the Luv FM Primary Schools Quiz promises to be filled with excitement and brilliance as pupils will face tougher but delightful questions.
The students will be taken through Spelling Bee, General Knowledge, True or False questions, Riddles, Lucky letters and Syllabic words.
Events Coordinator, Eric Nkoom, said “the program is intended to add marginality to the call of the Ghana Education Service in the administration of education in the country especially at the basic level.”
He also noted that “the competition is staged to strengthen education, making it more fun and attractive for young ones in the country.”
Luv FM Primary Schools Quiz is broadcasted live on radio and on Facebook at Luv FM 99.5.
It is also shown on the Joy Learning Channel on the MultiTv platform.
The contest will run till April 2022.
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