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The youth leadership challenge

The youth leadership challenge


Contestants solved the first riddle which was about the National Assembly (NA) and had a chance to learn about the NA before getting the next riddle.

The final four contestants of YLC were put to the test in this week’s episode of YLC where the contestants were divided onto two teams and raced to answer a series of riddles. Each riddle led them to a new location where they leaned something new and were handed a new riddle to solve. The teams visited the National Assembly, the International Book Center, the National Election Committee, the National Library and Sorya shopping mall. At each location the contestants met someone who explained the roles and responsibilities of the relevant institution and then gave them a new riddle they had to solve to move on to the next step. The winning team received a new mobile phone with internet access and one of the losing team members was sent home.

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