The boyfriend of the level 300 Cape Coast Technical University student, Nana Ama Clark who was murdered over the weekend at Ola Estate in Cape Coast, has been arrested by the Central Regional Police command.The Suspect Nicholas Ato Bronk Taylor was arrested in his house at Cape Coast in the Central Region, sources say.
The Management of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) together with the Ministry of Education released information on a one year Top-up to degree for diploma teachers in a sandwich mode in October. The Management of the University (UCC) later open the application portal for prospective teachers to apply and the institution is therefore announcing to the general public that admissions will be released in the middle of November 2020 onwards. This admissions will be for the first applicants who applied when the
News coming in indicates that the boyfriend of the student who was murdered in school has been arrested. The police suspects that Nicholas Ato Bronk Taylor knows something about the murder of the girl. They believe that since he is the girlfriend of the girl, he must know a lot of information about the girl and other secret revelations.
Prof. Andy Ofori-Birikorang, has officially met for the first time with the Management of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), upon being notified to act as Vice-Chancellor of the University until the appointment of a substantive Vice-Chancellor. Addressing members of Management at the meeting which took place at the Council Chamber of UEW, Prof. Ofori-Birikorang indicated that Management had been ushered into a new phase represented by a new way of doing things noting that unity, reconciliation and inclusion would be a key focus of his tenure as Ag.