Nov 15, 2012, 8:48 AM
The social and environmental studies club of
The programme of activities included a debate on the topic 'polygamous marriage is more important than monogamous marriage' between Grades Seven and Eight. There were also drama plays, poem presentations, eating competitions, a fashion parade and traditional dancing.
Grade Eight spoke against the motion that polygamous marriage is more important than monogamous marriage and emerged as the winners. Ms Oully A. Touray of Grade Eight was the winner of the fashion parade competition followed by Amie Sonko and Yusupha Fofana took first in the eating competition.
Speaking to The Point shortly after the show, the chairman of the organising committee, Mr. Nfansu Jaiteh, a teacher at the school, said that the show was designed to allow students to come together, interact and exhibit their talents in various ways. He also said that the show aimed to foster unity in the school.
The talent show was witnessed by the social and environmental studies club of