Journalism level 1 student at the Advanced School of Mass Communication (ASMAC) Nkoue Som Modeste Bonté makes it to the final of Concours d’Éloquence d’Art Oratoire (CRAD) organized by the Catholic University of Central Africa.
The event which started on the 1st of December 2018 under the theme “Human Rights” will be finalized on Saturday April 27, 2019 with 6 candidates.
Amongst the finalists of this competition is Nkoue som Modeste Bonté who was born on the 30th of January 2000 in Douala, and did his early education at Tenfa Bilingual nursery and primary school in Douala, where he obtained his Certificat d’Étude de Primaire “CEP”.
He did his secondary education at Lycée de Kite, where he obtained his Baccalauréat (BAC) in 2017.
Bonte, the third of 5 children is taking part in a competition of such magnitude for the first time.
This competition focuses on a new theme every year, with which participants are expected to showcase their general knowledge and different communication skills. Contestants come mainly from the towns of Yaoundé and Douala. “I was inspired to partake in this competition because of the urge to test my talents and my abilities” he says.
At the start, there were more than 20 contestants. After several eliminatory sessions, it is now at the final stage, with just 6 contestants competing for the grand prize. The winner will be decided by the judges on Saturday April 27 2019. Concerning his admission to the final stage, Bonte says, “My objective is not to win the contest but have fun while exercising my talents and abilities. Nonetheless, if I win, I would be so happy. For the meantime, I am so happy after making it to the finals”.
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