The Central University College has been adjudged the winner in the 2020 Commonwealth debate sponsored by the Parliament of the Republic of Ghana.
The Debate was organized specifically for tertiary schools only with the topic dubbed: ‘Ghana Beyond Aid: An attainable feat or a political slogan’.
Some of the contesting tertiary schools include the University of Ghana, Central University, Methodist University, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Abetifi Presbyterian College of Education and Agogo Presbyterian College of Education.
At the later part of the debate, results and performance proved Central University as the winner, followed by the University of Ghana and KNUST got the 2nd and 3rd positions.
Central University College representative speaking for the motion said “Ghana Beyond Aid is achievable because measures have been put in place to achieve its implementation. The Ghana Beyond Aid charter has been adopted by the UNDP as a policy direction for its charter.”
He commented that president Akufo-Addo’s Planting for Food and Jobs as well as One District One Factory were key measures that have been put in place to ensure we have an inclusive and sustainable Ghana.
The 2020 Commonwealth Day is on the theme: Delivering a common future: Connecting, innovation, transforming.