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Motions and Timelines for Luv Fm/ARSRC Debate Out: Check them out

The motions are set, the schools are ready, the judges are upbeat and supporters on the edge as the 2nd edition of the Luv Fm High School Debate kick off from the 7th of October at the Christian Service University College.

Sixteen schools are competing in this year’s final.

The CONTEST, DATE, competing SCHOOLS
and MOTION stated below

Contest 1

7TH October
ST.LOUIS (A) VS KUHIS (F)
Males are better managers of institutions than females

Contest 2

KNUST SHS (F) VS ST.HUBERT(A)
Technology has increased crime more than to combat crime

Contest 3

9th October
ARMED FORCES (F) VS ST. JEROME
Police MTTD personnel on highway duty should be armed

Contest 4

ST. MONICAS(F) VS OSEI TUTUT SHS(A)
Enforcement of sanitation laws more effective for checking sanitation menace than public education

Contest 5

11th October
TEPA SHS (F) VS PREMPEH COLLEGE (A)
The surge in kidnapping, result of failed security system than ignorance of personal security.

Contest 6

YAGSHS (A) VS FOMENA AMASS(F)
The Computerized School Selection Process System should be scrapped

Contest 7

14th October
T.I AMASS(F) VS KOSS (A)
Passage of Vigilantism law enough grounds for violence free elections

Contest 8

OWASS(A) VS KASS (F)
Churches must be regulated

The draw was done yesterday and motions have been released while the timelines for round of 16 have also been released.

The draw for this year’s Luv fm/Arsrc high school debate was held yesterday with interesting contests awaiting debate lovers. The road to the final has also been rolled out. 16 schools will clash in knock out basis in eight contests to see which eight schools will make it to the quarter finals.

The eight schools will then battle each other on knock out basis for four schools to proceed to the semi finals.

Eight schools emerged from the preliminary stages of the debate to join last year’s quarter finalists to complete the pack of sixteen schools that went into the draw for this year’s competition.
Draw and road to final

Defending Champions T. I. Amass Kumasi and last year’s finalist Opoku Ware School were both seeded and can only clash in the final.

The competition is set to kick off on Monday the 7th of October, 2019.

The competition is a partnership of the Ashanti Regional Students Representative Council and the Multimedia brand Luv Fm.

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