CU holds Resonance Debate

CU holds Resonance Debate

CU holds Resonance Debate

Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor Charles K. Ayo, making his remarks at the meeting

The first edition of Resonance Debate tagged UNDECIDED will hold at Covenant University in March 2014.

According to the Chairman, Student Council, Mr. Uyi Osadolor, the debate is a competition between the bright minds in Covenant University bustling with ideas towards a brighter Nigeria.

He stated further that the debate is aimed at changing the mindset and the attitudes of Nigerians towards addressing national challenges.

“We see a Nigeria where every age group, tribe and religion is actively engaged in proffering solutions to challenges in the nation as they arise, we believe that "undecided" would result in unbelievable rate of development and unity in the country amongst other benefits” he said.

This is the first of the numerous activities planned by the current executive of the council towards building the capacity of the youth of today.

The organizers with the help of the programme intend to attract likeminded people and sponsors who will help to achieve the objective of the educated youth towards making the nation a better place.

The competition which consists of three stages will hold its final stage as a mini debate with each contestant proffering possible solutions to specific challenges.