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After losing a bet, Ghanaian actor John Dumelo kept his word and marched barefoot backward to Presbyterian Boys Senior High School in Legon.

The actor had publicly declared that he would go backward to the Presec campus if Presec, a prestigious high school, defeated his former school, Achimota School, in the 2023 National Science & Maths Quiz (NSMQ) final.

Dumelo was optimistic that PRESEC would triumph over Achimota School and Opoku Ware School in the NSMQ 2023 grand finals.

On Monday, October 30, 2023, PRESEC defeated Achimota School and Opoku Ware School in the Maths competition.

“I am a proud Achimotan but If presec wins the #NSMQ2023 on the 31st I will walk barefoot backward from Ayawaso West Wuogon to presec school! They can’t win over Motown! Presec? Tweeeaa!!!,” he tweeted.

On Tuesday, October 31, after losing the betting challenge, the actor said he would keep to his word and commenced his barefoot walk from the Legon main gate to Presec.

John Dumelo wrote; “I am a man of my word. I will be walking backward barefoot from the UG main gate to the Presec gate Tomorrow, October 31 at 4 p.m. I want to congratulate Presec for winning the NSMQGrandFinale. I am wholeheartedly proud of my Achimota School and also OWASS. I will walk the talk. #idey4u,”.

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