KNUST Students Parliament House (KSPH) has emerged as the first -runner up of the Commonwealth debate organised by Parliament of Ghana at the Accra International Conference centre on March 11, 2019. KSPH is Students mock parliament of the National Parliament which has a speaker, majority and minority sides, based on non -partisan balloting.
The competition which was on the theme “A connected Commonwealth “ formed part of the activities to mark this year’s Commonwealth Day celebration. The competition was fiercely contested among 9 institutions namely; The university of Cape Coast, University of Ghana, University of Education, and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
The rest were University of Development Studies, University of Energy and Natural resources, Accra Technical University, Islamic University and University of Professional Studies. Speaking against the motion, “Should the church continue to be tax exempt?”, KSPH represented by Hon. Okyere Baffour, Hon Percy Ohene Nyanteh and Hon. Micheal Ampah sailed through from round one and managed to place KSPH as the first runner -up, trailing behind University of Cape Coast Students Parliament House.