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Brain Builders International Presents Teens Speak Out 6.0

Teens Speak Out, an initiative of BRAIN BUILDERS INTERNATIONAL, is an academic competition that refines the talents in the Secondary School students. It doesn’t only help to discover, it equally ignites the skills (primarily reading, writing and public speaking) they are passionate about in a highly goal-driving manner. It further teaches them the knowhow of the millennial carrier — ICT– and the noble ways to be successful in life.

The past editions of the competitions featured quiz competition, essay writing and oratory contest gave students the opportunity of featuring in categories of their choice, and results from the contests showed that students are really following happenings in Nigeria and can discuss issues pertinent to this country intellectually.

Brain Builders International (BBI), a non-governmental organization committed to fostering quality and balanced education in Nigeria, has organized her annual Teens Speak Out event for the year 2019.

Brain Builders International believes focusing on youths alone is not enough in driving progress and development, as she feels the younger generation should be carried along so that they can understand their place when they come of age. This is one important vacuum she has since been feeling. In her quest to enlighten and charge the younger generation to believe in themselves and their potentials, Brain Builders International came up with a Teens Speak Out.

The event will come up on Wednesday 20th of November, 2019 at the Center for Black Culture and International Understanding, Oke Pupa, Abere, Osogbo, Osun State. Reach out to Brain Builders International on all social media channels for partnership or more information.

It promises to feature students from over thirty schools from various local governments in Osun State, creatively baring their minds on various national issues bordering as it relates to this year’s theme of the event.

In case you missed the earlier editions of TEENS SPEAK OUT, kindly do a quick catch up here:

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