Meet Lab_13 Ghana SMCs!

Lab_13 Ghana is under way in Bosomtwe district, Ashanti Region.

The space which serves a total of 28 schools is managed by 7 Student Management Committee (SMC) members who are all students of Agape Academy in Jachie – Bosomtwe District, and are in the classes JHS 1 and 2. Here is a brief introduction about them:

Lab_13 Ghana SMCs (Top left to bottom right) Abdul Fatawu Seidu, Angela Sinabisi and Princess Gyamerah, Amponi Francis, Obed Werekoh Asaah, Boateng Williams, Sylvester Kwakye

Boateng Williams (JHS 2) is 14 years and stays at Jachie. He says, ‘ I have interest in science and English so I want to be a doctor in future.’

Francis Amponi (JHS 2) and Abdul Fatawu Seidu (JHS 1) stay at Krofrom – Pranyasi. Francis hails from Mampong in the Ashanti Region where as Abdul hails from Jachie. Francis says, he likes science and people who study science because he wants to be a pilot in future, and learning science will make it possible. Abdul likes working with acids, and want to be Physician in future.

Obed Asaah (JHS 1) is 13 years old and hails from Moscow. ‘ I love experimenting and I will want to be a doctor in future’, he says.

Sylvester Kwakye (JHS 2) says, my hope is to explore the world and one day come to the United Kingdom. His interest in science is to be a pilot. He is 14 years old and hails from Krom-Adwafo in the Ashanti Region.

Lab_13 Ghana SMCs in lab coats

Lab_13 Ghana SMCs in lab coats

Angela Sinabisi (JHS 1) and Princess Gyamerah (JHS 1) are the only female students in the SMC. Angela hails from Navrongo whiles Princess hails from New Abriem in the Eastern Region but they both stay in Jachie. Both Angela and Princess who are 13 and 12 years respectively want to be doctors so they can take care of the sick.

About lab13network

Lab_13 is a space in a school managed by pupils for pupils to conduct their own research and experiments driven by their curiosity, imagination and enthusiasm, and under the watchful supervision of a Scientist in Residence (not a teacher!!).
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