Professor Ransford Gyampo is a lecturer with the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana. The lecturer is noted for his bold comments which have often courted controversies around Ghana. Recently, he made comments about the response of Rev. Mante to critics of Agenda 111. The learned professor has once again made a bold declaration and already receiving reactions.
It can be recalled for the past 2 weeks the University of Cape Coast has been trending for the right reasons. The University was ranked as the best in Ghana, first in West Africa and among the top 5 in Africa among other accolades. This revelation has sent raving comments especially those who attended the school.
Well, Prof. Gyampo has also reacted and congratulated the school, but not without causing controversy. According to the lecturer, the award was the University of Ghana’s to lose. He maintained that his university relaxed and that was why the University of Cape Coast took the first place. He charged his university to pick up the pace and win back their title as the best in Ghana.
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