The Faculty of Social Sciences of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is gearing up for an inter-programmes debate.
The unprecedented debate, which will last for a period of three weeks, is set to commence today, Friday, September 24.
All the ten programmes under the faculty are expected to battle each other in pairs of five groups in the first round where the winners and the loser with the highest points will proceed to the next stage.
The president of the faculty, Mr. Samuel Sagoe says the rationale behind this intellectual discourse is to offer the students the platform to exhibit their inherent debating and oratory skills.
By: Bright Habita