Prisca Amponsah, a student of Aburi Girls SHS, emerged victorious at yesterday [Saturday]’s Young Debaters competition held in Accra.
The Final round had the 10 speakers battle it out for the ultimate price of representing Ghana in the International Public speaking competition to be held in the United Kingdom(UK).
The day finally ended with Daniel Mawunge Kweku Amanor from Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School taking the third spot with 262 points, Jasmine Tekyi-Acheampong from Achimota SHS coming in second with 268 points and Prisca Amponsah from Aburi Girls SHS taking the first place with 272 points.’
Below are the names of the 10 speakers and their topics;
Papa Nyan Neizer from Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School (PRESEC) -The media controls how and what we think.
Danielle Nyameye Ghansah from Aburi Girls’ SHS – To be grown up is a state of mind.
Enoch Nii ArmahTagoe from Accra Academy – Poverty is a state of mind.
Prisca Amponsah from Aburi Girls’ SHS – Talking to someone and speaking with someone.
Daniel Mawunge Kweku Amanor from Presbyterian Boys’ SHS (Presec)- Real wealth is never measured in money or possession.
Deborah Korkor Macauley from Achimota SHS- Cities are for people, not cars.
Jasmine Tekyi-Acheampong from Achimota SHS – What more human quality do we need and why?.
Mate Paa Kwesi Narh from Achimota SHS- Advertising targetting children is immoral.
Gloria Akwa Achimota SHS – Being young is overrated.
Akua Aduwaa Brifo from Aburi Girls SHS- The world is a smaller place these days.
By: Farida Yusif/citifmonline.com/Ghana