The Ibrahim Brima Swarray’s Academy has held a quiz and debating competition for secondary schools in the Bonth District Southern part of Sierra Leone.
It was indeed a show of academic explosion wherein young academic talents where unearthed via the debate and quiz among secondary schools.
The event was hosted in Mattru Jong Bonthe District.
The drama in Bonthe District attracted over a thousand sierra Leoneans including pupils, parents, teachers and unlookers.
The inter secondary school quiz and debate competition organized by ibrahim Brima Swarray’s academic foundation is the most popular academic event in the district.
The entire event was highly competitive as competitors gave it all to show to the nation that indeed, the free quality education is bringing result to the nation.
With a star prize of Ten Million Leones,Seven schools in Bonthe district participated in the quiz competition including Bonthe secondary school, Islamic call Society Junior secondary school, Centennial Secondary School, St.Joseph Secondary School among others.
Islamic call Society Junior Secondary school won best quiz team and best quizer Alieu Vandy, while Sogbini secondary school emerged second best quiz team and competitor Jacob Aruna and Centennial Junior secondary school emerged third best quiz team.
Bonthe Secondary school clinched best debate team and competitor Admire H Senesie while St.Joseph secondary school Tihun won second best quiz team and competitor Ibrahim Bangalie followed by Islamic Call society in the third place.
The best quiz team won the sum of Le 2,000,000, second best quiz team Le 1,200,000, third best quiz team Le 800,000 and best quizzer Le 1,000,000 and same for the debate.
Motivating the audience especially pupils present, the President of Ibrahim Brima Swarray’s Academic Foundation who doubles as Chief Executive of the National Public Procurement Authority, Chief Ibrahim Brima Swarray admonished parents to keep throwing their support to their kids on their academic work for the good of Sierra Leone.
He called on parents to put an end to early marriage so that more women can be educated in society.