Dr. Lakkoh further stated that he sponsored the competition because of his desire to promote youth development and education, citing that it is the only way he thinks the country can drive national development.
He added that school curriculums are sometimes vast and not limited to only what is taught in the classrooms but also what guides students out of the classroom for them to become successful and useful citizens in the country and also for them to develop strong mental attributes.
Dr. Lakkoh went on to say the competition can further help students address problems and perform drama to help educate their colleagues on the importance of drama.
President of Baptist Secondary School Anti-Violence Movement, Ibrahim Mohamed Kamara commended Dr. Lakkoh for the trophy, citing that the competition enabled them to be creative as well as allow create impact on the lives of other students.
He urged his colleagues and students in other schools to be inspired by positive drama.