CHLS-UCC presents supplies to Communicable Disease Prison, Ankaful

The College of Humanities and Legal Studies (CHLS) of University of Cape Coast (UCC) has made a donation to the Communicable Disease Prison (CDP), Ankaful in Cape Coast.

The gesture formed part of scheduled activities commemorating the sixtieth (60th) anniversary celebration of the University.

Items donated to the inmates included toiletries, bags of rice, gari, beans and oranges. There were also gallons of vegetable and red cooking oil, boxes of spaghetti as well as bags of water.

The Faculty of Law, University of Cape Coast has held its ninth (9th) Roll Call ceremony which saw one hundred and fourteen students (114) being inducted.

The event was also to recognize and appreciate students who performed creditably in their academic work.

A Supervising High Court judge in the Western Region, HL Justice Sedina Agbemava, administered the oath to the fresh students.

faculty of law inducts first year students cross section of students

The Faculty of Law has held the Sixth Roll Call Ceremony for students admitted to pursue Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree programme at the University for the 2018/2019 academic year.

A total of 101 students were inducted into the Faculty of Law at the ceremony. A Justice of the High Court, Mrs. Olivia Obeng-Owusu administered the oath to the students.

The Faculty of Law has held the Sixth Roll Call Ceremony for students admitted to pursue Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree programme at the University for the 2018/2019 academic year.

A total of 101 students were inducted into the Faculty of Law at the ceremony. A Justice of the High Court, Mrs. Olivia Obeng-Owusu administered the oath to the students.

 A Senior Lecturer at the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Dr. Georgina Oduro, has called for a multi-sectoral approach to tackle the alarming trend of child prostitution in the country.

She, therefore, asked all stakeholders, including researchers and policy makers, to redouble their efforts to stem the tide of child prostitution, which is illegal in the country.

A Professor of Tourism at the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Prof. Francis Eric Amuquandoh, has recommended that leisure should be integrated into the development plans of Ghana to improve the quality of life of citizens.

According to him, leisure was one of the essential requirements for excellence, creativity, innovation and invention, and, therefore, urged government to provide the means to enable citizens to participate in it.

The Auditor-General of Ghana, Mr. Daniel Yaw Domelevo, has called for a concerted effort involving all Ghanaians to win the fight against corruption in the country.

In line with this, Mr. Domelevo charged ordinary Ghanaians to collaborate with those in responsible positions to use their good offices to fight the menace of corruption, which cut across all facets of national life.

The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Johannesburg University, South Africa, to deepen the collaboration between the two institutions.

 

The purpose of the MoU is to establish joint research programme, exchange of post graduate students,  as well as student exchange and study abroad programmes.

 

Unibank has donated an amount of GH¢20,000  to support the College of Humanities and Legal Studies First College–Industry week activities.
 
The week activities which were held from 3rd– 9th March, 2018 on the theme “Linking Academia to Industry.”
 
The cheque was presented by Mr. Eugene Amoa, Cape Coast Branch Manager of Unibank,  and Mr. David Boakye, the Relationship Manager. The Branch Manager congratulated the provost for her initiative. He was of the opinion that the theme for the week celebration was appropriate and timely.

Unibank has donated an amount of GH¢20,000  to support the College of Humanities and Legal Studies First College–Industry week activities.
 
The week activities which were held from 3rd– 9th March, 2018 on the theme “Linking Academia to Industry.”
 
The cheque was presented by Mr. Eugene Amoa, Cape Coast Branch Manager of Unibank,  and Mr. David Boakye, the Relationship Manager. The Branch Manager congratulated the provost for her initiative. He was of the opinion that the theme for the week celebration was appropriate and timely.

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