Charles Agyebeng Acheampong and Uthman Firdaus Michiyo have emerged winners of this year’s 25th Japanese Language Speech Contest which was held last Saturday in Accra.
The contest was in two categories; persons who have never been to Japan or been in Japan for less than six months and persons who have been to Japan for a duration of six months or more.
The contestants in the first category included Acheampong Charles Agyebeng, Antwi Abraham Kwadwo, Ayeh Emmanuel, Nketia Godswill Badu and Owusu Ansah Daniel Freeman.
At the end of a fierce speech battle, 24-year-old Charles Agyebeng Acheampong emerged tops on the judges’ scorecards. He took home a 32-inch colour television as his prize.
Emmanuel Ayeh placed second and won a tablet while Daniel Freeman Owusu Ansah placed third, winning a rice cooker for his efforts.
The second category was contested by Daniel Asiamah Aboagye, Atsutse Worden Seyram, Nuamah Jonathan Ayeyi, Salami Hawawu and Uthman Firdaus Michiyo.
This category was very interesting as the contestants displayed their proficiency in the Japanese dialect. But young and enterprising Uthman Firdaus Michiyo came up tops with some exquisite deliveries attracting the attention of the judges. She took home a 32-inch colour television as her prize.
The second spot went to Aboagye Atsutse Worden taking home a tablet as well with Nuamah Jonathan Ayeyi placing third with a rice cooker as his prize.
The Japanese language speech contest is an annual event organized to promote the teaching and learning of the Japanese language in Ghana.
The event is organized by the Association of Japanese Language teachers, Ghana (GAJALT) and the Ghana Aluminum of Japanese Universities (GAJU) with support from the Embassy of Japan in Ghana.
This year’s contest was limited to persons aged 18 and above as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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