Fun, Brilliance Herald Bookworm Reading Finale

Dr. Kuku Biney, CEO of Media 7, presenting the plaque to the Upper Primary overall winner

Well-rehearsed choreography and musical performance heralded the maiden edition of the Bookworm reading competition.

Parents and their children, relatives and friends left the plush Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry’s main auditorium satisfied with brilliant reading from the contestants on Sunday.

In all, 14 contestants—five from the Lower Primary division and nine from the Upper Primary—battled and competed for the ultimate prestigious prize of laptops and a crystal customised plaque put on board by the organisers of the competition, Bookworm Consults.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SPEAK app, Frank Oye, also gave special cash prizes to the winners who emerged from the two categories.


And after keenly contested sessions, Hikmann Namah of Legon Basic School emerged winner in the Upper Primary division, with Nana Yaa Akorsah of The McCarthy Hill School taking second place and Queenstar Martey of Platinum Montessori School following in the third place.

Rev. Kofi-Poku (L) presenting the plaque to the Lower Primary overall winner

In the Lower Primary division, Albertina Larbi of St. Clare Preparatory School came first, while Evette Esinam of Ministry of Health Basic School and Pearl Martey of Platinum Montessori School placed second and third respectively.

The CEO of Bookworm Avenue Consult, Rev. Nelson Kofi-Poku, assured the audience that the Bookworm competition had come to stay and would go a long way to help the children in becoming great leaders in their generation in Ghana.

He called on corporate Ghana to join hands with the organisers and support a worthy cause. The next season is scheduled for November

Finalist


Fun, Brilliance Herald Bookworm Reading Finale Fun, Brilliance Herald Bookworm Reading Finale Reviewed by Emmanuel Owusu on October 24, 2020 Rating: 5

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