The stage was set, the schools were ready, the auditorium was packed, the microphones were set, the judges were ready as the Luv fm/ARSRC High school debate entered the semifinals stage.
Armed Forces SHTS came face to face with T. I. Amass, Kumasi in the second Semi-Final clash in another hot debate encounter. Armed Forces SHTS were speaking in favour of the motion “Politics is an avenue for making money ”
Armed Forces were of the view that the political game has become an attractive venture for people to enrich themselves. They cited many examples to buttress their point. To them the only reason why many people are running into the political game is because of how lucrative it is.
T. I. Amass debunked that assertion indicating that Politicians have championed developmental projects all over the country hence cannot be an avenue for making money.
They quoted the salaries of personalities to support their assertion that politics is not a lucrative business.
T. I Amass managed to win by 1 point margin after securing 228 as against 227 Points by Armed Forces SHTS.
T. I Amass this clashes with Opoku Ware School in the grand finale.
The first contest saw Tepa Senior High take on Opoku Ware School over the motion “School authorities are to blame for sexual harassment “.
Tepa were strongly assertive that authorities cannot be exonerated from blame as they have their eyes set all levels of the school through class captains, house masters, form masters.
Opoku Ware School debunked that assertion insisting that parents, the society, etc are all to be blamed and school authorities cannot be made scape goats.
In the end Opoku Ware School secured 220 points while Tepa SHS secured 217 points. Opoku Ware thus becomes the first school to book a final ticket. Tepa will compete for 3rd place.