Very devastated about the passing of the brilliant and promising Jame Lutterodt, who led Keta Senior High Technical School to the finals of the 2021 edition of the popular National Science and Maths Quiz competition has reportedly died.
According to reports, James died mysteriously from food poisoning as he was preparing to leave the country to the United States to further his education.
James reportedly secured admission to Howard University in the USA and was set to leave when he met his untimely death.
James Lutterodt and his winning team; Bright Senyo Gadzo and Francisca Lamini, beat all odds to establish KETASCO as one of the most successful at the 2021 NSMQ.
Very devastated about the passing of the brilliant and promising James of the super KETASCO team who made it to the NSMQ finals a few years ago.— FRIGGO (@n_friggo) July 3, 2023
Reports I’m getting say he was set to travel outside for further studies soon but got poisoned mysteriously.
This has broken me💔🕊️ pic.twitter.com/XFHR2ZNqzH
They were the first Volta-Oti team to contest in the finals of the annual competition.