It was a battle of wits, oratory and intelligence as T.I AMASS, Kumasi and ST Louis battled it out in the maiden edition of the Luv fm/ARSRC Debate, Second Quarter Finals Competition.
The debaters of the two schools spoke on the motion “Our Prisons are reformative enough
ST Louis spoke in favour of the motion while TI AMASS spoke against the motion.
The Slopsans advanced solid arguments to back their assertion that our prisons are reformative enough indicating that the vocational and technical training offered our prisoners equip them to be useful to the society upon their release from incarceration.
T. I. Amass debunked that assertion with pictorial and video evidence that suggests that our prisons offer no correctional support to inmates to make them useful to society. In the end TI AMASS, Ksi won by a 8 point margin to qualify for the quarter finals. The judges scored it 77-76, 79-75 and 73-70 all in favor of T. I. Amass, Kumasi.
The next and last Quarter Final contests is scheduled for Monday, 8th October 2018 at the Christian Service University College auditorium at 1pm