Ghana’s Foremost EdTech Company eCampus Disburses GHS2,000,000 in Awards To All 80 Participating Schools In The Sharks Quiz.

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June 3, 2021, 5:53 p.m.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of eCampus LLC, Cecil S. Nutakor presented not just the winners, but all participating schools of the Senior Sharks Quiz competition with GHS2,000,000 (USD 345,000) worth of subscriptions on the platform. The gesture was in honor of the first board chair, Lawyer Victor Kojo Mensah Ababio, who was laid to rest on the eve of the contest’s finale.

Founded in 2003, eCampus LLC is an EdTech company that directly connects teachers and students via its web and mobile platform with the use of multimedia tools such as animation, virtual reality, illustrations, videos and text.

In line with its work, eCampus LLC has been supporting edtech based initiatives and promoting digital education in Ghana via its platform. Against this background the subscriptions will allow 8,000 students access all core subjects for 6 months at no cost with the promo code ‘Sharks’ (across JHS & SHS).

The CEO stated, “We want to support all schools to give a fair playing ground in the next competition, just like our first board chair was instrumental on corporate governance for our business in our early stages, giving us a level playing field. Without that we wouldn’t be here today. Congratulations to the winners, truly deserved. We know that with the use of eCampus, the next winner might be from a non-popular school like mine

After 4 months of intense competition between 80 schools, Wesley Girls SHS emerged first time winners of the Senior Sharks Quiz competition, beating defending champions PRESEC Legon in the final. Christian International High School were crowned third time Junior Sharks champions.

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