Meet Michael Tasiamo, the genius 10-year-old boy going to high school

Meet Michael Tasiamo, the genius 10-year-old boy going to high school

- A 10-year-old Ghanaian child named Michael Blair Tasiamo has been admitted into higschool

- It is indicated that Michael has enrolled at Fafraha Community Senior High School

- It takes about 10 years to finish the entire basic school education in Ghana which makes it remarkable that Michael was able to enter high school at his age

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A 10-year-old genius Ghanaian boy named Michael Blair Tasiamo has been admitted to the Fafraha Community Senior High School.

Michael's story was shared in a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on the official Facebook handle of the National Science & Maths Quiz.

The report portrays how shocked the renowned group was about the exploits of the young chap, describing the report as interesting and asserting it confirms the adage "age is just a number".

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See the post below:

Michael's story is truly amazing regarding the fact in Ghana, it normally takes about ten years to finish basic school education.

Usually children start schooling at the age of three or four, then complete junior high school by age 13 or 14 thereabout.

To be able to complete junior high school and enter senior high school by age 10 is simply remarkable and shows that he was truly smart and probably jumped some classes when he was in basic school.

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Although not confirmed, the 10-year-old boy is thought to be studying General Science given the fact his story caught the attention of the National Science & Maths Quiz group.

In other news, a 78-year-old woman identified as Mama Rose Adjei who packs water sachets and sells them for a living has been pleasantly surprised with GHC 1 000 (R3 000) by Crime Check Foundation's Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng.

The story was shared on the official Facebook page of the Crime Check Foundation where it was revealed that the old woman has no children to take care of her.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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