HON. FRANCIS-XAVIER SOSU supports Inter-Circuit Spelling Bee and Debate competition


HON. FRANCIS-XAVIER SOSU supports Inter-Circuit Spelling Bee and Debate competition

Hon. Francis-Xavier Sosu (Esq), the Member of Parliament for MADINA through his Educational Project (EDUScheme Project) supported the Municipal Inter-Circuit Spelling Bee and Debate competition which was organised by the Education Directorate of the Municipality. The support is in furtherance of his vision to ensure that all stakeholders in our education sector are motivated to lift up the standard of education in the MADINA Constituency.

In a short address delivered on behalf of the Hon. Member of Parliament by Mr. Timothy Nnyuieke Thatchroot, Head of Business at the Office of the MP, encouraged the pupils to continue to strive for academic excellence since education is the catalyst that has transformed many lives and countries. He pledged the MPs continued support for such programs which are geared at improving the quality delivery of Education within the Municipality.

The Hon. MP sponsored the event with awards for all Awardees in the competition and gave a full scholarship to the youngest participant in the competition, Master Andrews Boadu Amoah, a pupil of Mildeca School, Oyarifa.

Delivering her message, the Guest speaker for the competition, Mrs. Constance Baaba Boateng, Greater Accra Regional Coordinator of Languages appealed to the students to take the study of local languages seriously since it encapsulates our identity as a people. Mrs Boateng also encouraged the organisers to include a local language competition in the next edition to motivate the learning of local languages.


After five rounds of thrilling and exciting competition, Fire Armour Circuit School emerged as the first prize winners. Presec Staff Basic School took the second prize, whilst the third prize went to Madina SDA. A total of nine circuits contested in the quiz competition. The rest of the participating schools included LA Nkwantanang, Pantang, Oyarifa, Madina and the New Road circuit Schools.

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