The Generational Debate| Outcome

The Generational Debate was organized to strike up a conversation amongst secondary school students about the issues that will face their generation. 
Topics such as ARE AFRICAN COUNTRIES CAPABLE OF ACHIEVING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS BEFORE THE SET DEADLINE OF 2030? 
THE SOCIETY AND NOT THE PARENTS ARE TO BE BLAMED FOR DRUG AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AMONGST ADOLESCENTS.
IS THE PURSUIT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE A NOBLE PART FOR HUMANITY? 
were debated. After the entire debate, which was rigorous and had stiff rules, Government Secondary School Township came first, Shekinah High School came second and Peace Academy came third. 
All schools received cash prizes, books, and awards. 
Many thanks to Mr. Izha Che for funding this year’s generational debate. Mr. Che is Jentan in the diaspora who believe that he can give back to his former community through supporting initiatives that boost conversations amongst them. 
Many thanks to all our judges for volunteering their time to be part of this, we are truly grateful. 
Congratulations to everyone who participated, and to our winners, keep it up! 

Cross section of the audience at GSS Township
 

Judges at Peace Academy
 
Younglan Talyoung, Sahmah Esther, Longkat Stephen and Tamar Acho| Judges and moderator
 
Longkat Stephen addressing the audience
 
Sahmah Esther, Younglan Talyoung, and Kauna Bako| Judges at GSS Township
 
Cross section of attendance.

Cross section of students at the finals., Saturday 29th June
Judges at the finals
Longkat Stephen, presenting gifts to participants
 

Judges and Participants from Reality High School
Judges and participant from GSS Township
Judges and participant from Shekinah high school
Judges and participants from Peace Academy
participants from all schools

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