Some students from the Bono Region belonging to the University of Education Winneba were confirmed dead on their way to school after their bus got involved in a serious accident. The nine students included 7 female students and two others who were males. Over 50 others who were on the bus were conveyed to the nearby hospitals for treatment.
There was an uncontrollable tears all over the funeral grounds as a young man who was a student at the University of Education Winneba was Buried together with a mother and her two years old daughter. The three sadly died in the same accident which occurred few weeks ago involving some UEW students.
The University of Education, Winneba is in mourning because of the fatal accident that claimed nine of their students lives. Two beautiful ladies have been identified to be part of the people who lost their lives in the unfortunate accident. Upon looking further into the matter, we have discovered two beautiful people who were allegedly part of the car that crushed.
Information reaching our news desk this morning is very sad because it involves accident of students. An organized bus carrying some students of University of Education Winneba (UEW) has suffered a fatal accident. The students were moving from Sunyani to Winneba. Road accident is one avenue that is claiming a lot of lives in Ghana every now and then.
There have been numerous accidents across the country today. According to a recent story, some University of Education students traveling from Sunyani to Accra were engaged in an accident, with some of them reportedly dead. Another accident scene has surfaced online, this time on the National Lottery Authority (NLA) road in Accra, with a lady critically injured.
Education and schooling is not meant for only certain persons in the society but it is meant for all. The University of Education, Winneba has heaped praises on a graduate of their university who attained first class recently. According to the university, Priscilla Akwagu has been a "bofrot" seller for some years after completing both JHS and SHS.
Education indeed is foundation and pillar for success. After Priscilla Akwagu realised this, she was ready to learn at the University of Education, Winneba. However, the biggest question kept ringing in her ears. Who is going to fund my Education? There was nobody.
A lecturer and educationist at University of Education Winneba, Samuel Ziggah has shared his opinion about the just ended Wassce. Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, he explained to Kwabena Agyapong that there is nothing really nothing great about the 2021 WASSCE results and therefore no need to celebrate such outcome
The University of Education, Winneba was established in 1992 to train professional teachers at all levels of education, aimed at contributing to a national vision on education and development in Ghana. An Academic, Priest and University Administrator, Reverend Father Professor Anthony Afful-Broni was the first catholic priest to become Vice Chancellor of University of Education, Winneba.
The University Of Education, Winneba has started sending messages to various applicants who were successful in it's 2021/2022 admission process. It can be confirmed that some of the applicants got SMS messages and others have got the admission messages via their emails used during the application process.
The sad news hitting the University Of Education, Winneba is that, some of their students have been involved in a fatal accident. The accident; which occurred at Asuboi, a suburb of Suhum on the Accra-Kumasi highway, killed Nine (9) students of the University of Education-Winneba, and injured several others.
The spate of road accidents in Ghana is becoming alarming. We are continuously losing precious lives to these occurrences on our roads. We should not wait to lose someone close to us before we take action. The institutions mandated by our constitution must be made to work.
Did you apply for UEW this year? If yes then this information will be very important for you as admissions are not yet out. Please kindly share this article to your friends who applied as well because it will be important for them to be aware of this information.
Gone are the days education was just to know how to read and write. In today's world, it determines whether one qualify for a particular job or not. This article brings to you the top 5 best Public Universities in Ghana. This article is not meant to undermine the other Public Universities in Ghana.
The restored Vice Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Prof. Mawutor Avoke is calling for harmony and solidarity at the school. He says the school can manufacture forward assuming it puts behind it all the sharpness and quibbling it saw over the most recent five years and work towards guaranteeing progress.
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Education, they say is the key to success. Many find pride in pursuing their formal education while others choose to sharpen their entrepreneurial skills outside the classroom. Priscilla Akwagu, a just graduated female student from the University of Education, Winneba has amazed many by her struggle and determination to achieve her goal as a doctor.
Nine students purported to be students of University of Education, Winneba have been reported dead in a fatal accident in the Eastern Region on Sunday, 13th March 2022. According to eyewitness, the students were on their way to Sunyani when the incident happened. The driver of the school bus is alleged to be sleeping when the traffic light showed red but failed to stop.
A Ghanaian lady by the name of Miriam Adu Asantewaa has recently taken to social media to share that her elderly sister, Rebecca Adu Konadu completed the University of Education, Winneba where she pursued a degree in Business Administration. After completing her national service, Rebecca searched for a job for two years to no avail.