All-Nigeria Universities Debating Championship (ANUDC), University of Ilorin 2018

Are you looking for the motions that were debated on the All-Nigeria Universities Debating Championship (ANUDC), University of Ilorin 2018 ? It was held on the 9/23/2018. If you were there, please check the motions and tell me if anything is wrong. Also, leave a comment and tell us how did you enjoy the tournament.

Here are the motions:

Round 1 motion: This House supports the symbolized popularization of painful historical events in modern pop culture.
Round 2: This House Would REPEAL ALL NON-COMPETE LEGISLATION
Round 3: This House Would NOT ALLOW MEMBERS OF FAMILIES WIThis House OVERWHELMING SOCIAL INFLUENCE (e.g, The Adeleke Family in Osun State – Davido’s family) TO CONTEST ELECTIONS
Round 4: This House AS HOODIE WILL OPT FOR THE PIG’S VALVE
Round 5: This House Would TOTALLY RESTRICT FUTURE COPYRIGHTING OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
Round 6: This House AS NIGERIA WILL PURSUE ISOLATIONIST ECONOMIC POLICIES
Round 7: The 2018 FIFA World Cup champions, France, won the tournament wiThis House an ethnically diverse team who could trace their origins to Guadeloupe, Algeria, Guinea, Mali, French Guiana, Dr Congo, Martinique, Morocco, and Senegal. Motion:This House Believes That colonial states that directly benefit in sports from the integration of athletes wiThis House roots to former colonies, should actively pay dividends to these former colonies, separate from existing financial obligations.
Open_Octos This House Would ABOLISH COMPULSORY REPRESENTATION
The Open Quarter Final motion: s This House Believes That ethnic minorities and movements that seek to break their ceilings(e.g glass, bamboo, black) and eliminate their underrepresentation should prioritize notions of intersectionality over their actual objectives.
The Open Semi Final motion: THR the practice of banking secrecy
The Open Final motion: This House as a person appointed as a medical proxy will be held culpable by the patient upon recovery for decisions opposed to their preferred life choices (ideologies, medical choices etc) but crucial to their recovery

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