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2nd International Students week and food fair organized to show cultural diversity at BlueCrest College Ghana on 23rd, 24th and 25th November 2016


International Students Week (ISW) was organized by BlueCrest College Ghana to showcase cultural diversity of 20+ nationalities of students.This year’s events also saw the inclusion of food festival from multiple African countries.


The first day of the ISW rolled off with the introduction of Country Ambassadors to the student’s community. The ambassadors educated the audience on the culture and history of their respective countries with a short presentation and video clippings. Students who represented various countries participated in the Knowledge of Africa Quiz, judged by Dr. D. Rajan, Mr. Alfred Kobinah Semeko and Mrs. Evelyn Twumasi.


Day two was full of fun events. Student Elorm rapped about BlueCrest College to a standing ovation from the appreciative audience which comprised of staff and students from the College. Ogechi & Yewande sang a duet to the appreciation of the crowd. Fun activities like Blowing the Balloon (fastest) and Eating Bread (fastest) were organized for both male and female students. These two activities brought the audience to the end of their chair since everybody wanted their country’s representative to win. Then came the fun part with Comedy Emma, blowing the hats off everybody’s head with his unadulterated Nigerian comedy. The fun games continued with the musical chair and riddles. The second day ended with a word from the judges and the crown dispersed after the vote of thanks from Maame Serwah.


The final day of ISW arrived with tables and tents filling the forecourt of BlueCrest College Accra. The main sponsors StarKist distributors were provided with display spaces at the venue for their products. Representatives from the Nigerian High Commission and Equatorial Guinea embassy graced the occasion with their presence to support their respective countries. The fun and flavor of the various African countries competed with each other while the judges went round the arena to taste the food and give appropriate score. After the food tasting, various countries displayed pomp and pageantry through extra ordinary cultural display which was unique to their country.


Certificates to various BlueCrest College Country Ambassadors were distributed for their hard work, dedication and perseverance to display the best performances on behalf of their country. The overall winner trophy went to Niger, first runner up to Nigeria and second runner up to Ghana. 2016’s edition of ISW ended with music and dance and was successfully coordinated and organized by the students and staff body.


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