Fighting Terrorism: The OTC way

In a world beleaguered by terrorism, the students of the college on the 27th of November, 2015 took time out to discuss this burning issue in a debate competition among the four Houses in the college, namely; Soyinka, Balewa, Awolowo and Azikwe. In a keenly contested bout, where the contestants were assessed by a panel of judges, using 4 criteria (content, style, creativity and grammar), the contestants put up a spirited effort to support their stands. While Awolowo and Soyinka spoke in support of the use of diplomacy to fight terrorism, Azikwe and Balewa spoke glowingly on the need to fight the menace using force. Incidentally, the forum had an NCUK team made up of Mr. Alan and Mr. Andrew in its midst. At the end of 5o minutes, the following scores were released by the panel of Judges:

Soyinka House (Represented by Mayomikun Deji-Omotayo and Amarachi Tony-Ubah)- 1ST

Azikwe House (Represented by Ifunanya Nwokedi and Anulika Nwofe)- 2ND

Balewa (Represented by Olisadalu Amakaeze  and Amanda Gin-Dozie)- 3RD

Awolowo House (Represented by Esther Anaga and Oyindamola Depo-Oyelohun)- 4TH