National Public Speaking Competition Launched at Aburi Girls Senior High School

The National Peace Council, in collaboration with DeeDee Global, the Ghana Education Service (GES), and the Parliament of Ghana, proudly launched the National Public Speaking Competition at Joyce Asibey Hall, Aburi Girls Senior High School. The theme of this year’s competition is “Building Bridges of Trust Towards Peaceful Elections in Ghana.”
The launch event was honored by the presence of several distinguished guests, including the Chief of Aburi, Nana Otubour Djan Kwasi II, the Eastern Regional Director of Education, Mrs. Ivy A. Owusu, the Executive Secretary of the National Peace Council, Mr. George Amoh, and patrons from various secondary schools. Notable schools in attendance included Aburi Senior High School, Adonten Senior High School, Presbyterian Boys Senior High School, among others.
Mr. George Amoh, in his address, underscored the National Peace Council’s ongoing efforts to promote peaceful elections in 2024. He emphasized the critical role of discipline and integrity among students in fostering a culture of peace. Mr. Amoh concluded his speech by wishing all participating schools the best of luck in the competition.
This event marks a significant step in engaging young minds in the promotion of peace and trust ahead of the upcoming elections. The competition aims to empower students with public speaking skills while instilling the values of peace and mutual respect.