Promisador’s Cowbell Brand, working in partnership with the Ghana Education Service (GES) held the finale of competition of the Independence Anniversary Senior High Schools debate at the assembly hall of the Presbyterian Boys Senior High, Legon. The event was part of the activities marking the 64th anniversary of the Ghana Education Service (GES).

Dairy Category Lead for Promasidor Mr. Joseph Ashong explained that the debate competition was part of the commitment of Cowbell to support educational development of the Ghanaian child.

I will like to assure GES and our students that Cowbell is here to stay, and we will continue to invest in this project. We will also like to encourage all students to devote part of their leisure time to reading and researching in order to become a well-informed debater,” Mr. Ashong said.

Yaa Asantewaa Senior High won the debate and took home a cash prize of GHS 4,000, a laptop for each of the four 4 contestants, goodies hampers, and products from Cowbell. Yaa Asantewaa Senior High beat OLA Girls. The proposition of the debate was whether universal testing for covid-19 was necessary.

Deputy Director General of the Ghana Education Service Mr. Anthony Boateng congratulated the debate finalist schools for making it that far into the national competition. Chief Director at the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs Dr. Evans Aggrey-Darko and two lecturers from the University of Ghana Department of Adult Education were judges.