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Luv FM High School Debates Moves To Round 16

High School debate

High School debate

The third edition of the Luv FM Secondary School Debates has gotten more energizing as it arrives at the Round of 16.

The opposition, coordinated for Senior Secondary Schools (SHS) in the Ashanti locale, has seen gifts out in the open talking fight out on different themes like “Government officials are at fault for discretionary savagery”, “Casting a ballot age should be diminished to 16” and “Coronavirus immunization ought to be made obligatory”.

More than 70 schools challenged at the zonal passing stage which was sorted in stages.

Debaters alternated contending out their position on the movements given, as judges painstakingly examined their contentions to give the fundamental assessment.

Altogether, the more particular schools continued to the following phase of the opposition.

Qualifying Schools

Sixteen schools equipped for the following round of the opposition as allies were blessed to receive a relentless clash of raw numbers.

Zone 1 – Yaa Asantewaa Young ladies SHS, Afia Kobi Ampem Girls SHS, Prempeh School

Zone 2 – Anglican SHS, St. Hubert Theological school, Fomena T.I Accumulate

Zone 3 – KNUST SHS, Presby SHS (Bompata), T.I Accumulate, Kumasi

Zone 4 – Presby SHTS, Ghana Muslim Mission, Adventist Girsl SHS

Semi-finalists in the past release acquired programmed capability to the following challenge. They are St. Monica’s Girls SHS, Opoku Product School, Tepa SHS, St. Jerome SHS.

“We are zooming into the fundamental dispatch on Friday, May 21 and anticipate the most energizing discussion in the current year’s discussion,” said Occasion Facilitators, James Alfred Hermans.

The discussion is set to be circulated on JoyPrime and Euphoria Learning channels on Multi-television.

The 2021 Luv FM Secondary School Discussion is in organization withThe Ghana Training Administration, The Conference Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS), The Ashanti Territorial SRC

Written by Edet Esah

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