The Chairman of the Board of the University of Education, Winneba, Professor Obeng Mireku, is interested in the government to, as a matter of modesty, address the modern activity of the associations of senior executives of universities in Ghana.
The Association of Senior Executives of Various State-funded Colleges in the country is protesting the dangers of modern activity of the Ghana Association of University Administrators.
Speaking to the college's graduation service, Prof. Obeng Mireku said that the Association's strike, combined with the impending strike of the Association of University Administrators of Ghana, if not strained , would lead to interruptions in the study calendar of the various colleges in the country.
“The Ghana Association of Senior Executives is protesting, and the Ghana Association of University Administrators has also shown its objective to pick up if the Ministry of Finance decides to stop paying specific rewards to some of its individuals. "
He approached the Minister of Finance to continue attracting associations with extraordinary problems to divert the organization from modern activities in state-funded colleges.
"It is significant that such partners in the management of colleges, worried, are locked up to refuse strike arrangements in our colleges," he said.
Professor Obeng Mireku also decided on another decision on Ghana's vice-chancellors to mediate to hijack any disruption in the academic calendar of state-funded colleges.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the STE also spoke about the “Fix the Country” lobby left by part of the Ghanaians.
"Let me add my voice to the new online media crusade, #Fix the Country, and remind all Ghanaians that it will take a global effort to mend the country," he said.
He showed that if he concedes that the administration has an important job in repairing the country, such work could not happen without the commitments of the residents and approached everyone to end the business.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, the Reverend Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni, honored the graduates who are moms who have supported every chance to complete their study plans.
“When you started the program almost two or four years ago, some of you had concerns; nevertheless, you have endured the storms and approached your work with discipline, confidence, hope and stillness, ”he said.
Prof. Afful-Broni says that following the college's essential goal of expanding graduate studies, advancing quality exploration performance, and upgrading scholarly standards, it has obtained the approval of a Copyright Infringement Checker - Turnitin - to delve deeper into the nature of review work issued by their liners and staff.
The college on Wednesday received colossal praise from the president for its careful use of its created internal reserves.
They had used their assets to complete 8 arrangements of 500-limit address theaters, a food court, a state-of-the-art student center, the technology block on the central campus and the tower of excellence at Simpa indirect at the campus. north of the University.
A sum of 10,000 students will be introduced for graduation. Of this figure, 1,288 students will graduate with a postgraduate degree, of which 12 have doctorates; 6,120 students will graduate from undergraduate degrees and 2,592 will be awarded by the Distance Learning Institute and E-Learning Team.
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