BREAKING NEWS | 2021 NSMQ contestant, James Lutterodt from ( KESTASCO ) allegedly dies from food poisoning

James Lutterodt, who competed in the National Science and Math Quiz 2021 on behalf of Keta Senior High Technical School (KETASCO), has passed away.

As the first Volta Region team to compete in the annual competition’s finals, Lutterodt, a member of the KESTASCO squad that defied all expectations to establish the SHS as one of the most successful at the 2021 NSMQ, reportedly passed away as a consequence of food poisoning.

In the same way that Francisca Lamini, a colleague of James Lutterodt, had begun her pre-med program at Harvard University in the US, it was reported that James Lutterodt was also planning to leave the nation to continue his studies at Howard University.

But his family has not yet made the heartbreaking news or the reason public.

🚨ICYMI🕊️🇬🇭: Remember the two gentlemen who flanked Francisca Lamini to the 2021 finals of @NSMQGhana? One of them has reportedly died, mysteriously.

Heartbreaking reports earlier amplified by @n_friggo suggest that the former luminary of Keta SHS, James Lutterodt, was about to…

— Ölele | Deep Throat Sauce👨🏾‍🍳🇬🇭 (@OleleSalvador) July 3, 2023

Lutterodt attended the University of Ghana, Legon, studying computer science.

Francisca Lamini, James Lutterodt, and Bright Senyo Godzo of Keta SHTS, who made history as the first school from the Volta Region to reach the NSMQ final, are continuing to make an impression with the next step in their post-high school lives.

Francisca Lamini traveled to Harvard College to study Biological Science with the goal of pursuing medical school.

James is pursuing a degree in Computer Science at the University of Ghana, Legon, while Bright has enrolled in the Electrical Engineering program at KNUST.


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