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Out Now: Check Out the Motions, Schedule and Fixtures of High School Debate

All is set for the hottest and most entertaining debate competition in the Country as the High School Debate Competition kicks with with 16 schools set to do battle for glory.

The stage is set, the motions are ready, the schedule is out, the draw is done and now who walks home with the most prestigious trophy.

Organizers have released the Motions and sides for the first eight quarter final fixture.

The schools are preparing to put out their arguments in support or against the motions as they stake claim to the trophy.

Below are the schedule and motions for the contests.

CONTEST
DATE
SCHOOLS
MOTIONS

  1. Mon. 31st May
    ADVENTIST GIRLS (A) VS T.I AMASS-KUMASI (F)
    Motion:

Media ethics breaches are to blame for the compromise of press freedom, not the government.


2 ST.JEROME (A) VS AFIA KOBI AMPEM GIRLS SHS (F)
Motion

The double-track system has more negatives than positives.

3 Wed 2ND June
Motion

YAGSHS (F) VS T.I AMASS-FOMENA (A)
People should have to pass a political literacy test to be able to vote.

4 OWASS (A) VS KASS (F)
Traditional leadership is more effective for national development than modern political leadership.

5 Fri 4th June
GHANA MUSLIM MISSION SHS (F) VS PRESBY SHTS-KWAMANG (A)
Private funding of political parties should be banned and replaced with public fund

6 ST. MONICAS SHS (A) VS KNUST SHS (F)
The high level of indiscipline and impunity in the country, the cause of the increase in assaults by security officers


7 Mon. 7TH June
PREMPEH COLLEGE (F) VS ST. HUBERT SHS (A)
COVID-19 vaccination should be mandatory.

8 TEPA SHS (F) VS PRESBY-BOMPATA (A)
Social media is doing more harm than good to the Ghanaian society.

The wwinners of the 8 contests will then proceed to the quarter finals of the competition.

The program is an initiative of Luv 99.5 Fm with partnership from Ashanti Regional Students Representative Council and the Conference of Heads of Assisted Second Cycle Schools.

The program takes place at Christian Service University College each day.

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