Nigerian actor Jim Iyke gets a glamorous welcome at the University Of Ghana, Legon as he visited the campus prior to the premiere of his long-awaited self-produced movie, 'Bad Comment'. Due to the upcoming premiere, the award-winning Nigerian actor Jim Iyke has for weeks been on tour on the various media platforms in Ghana.
As we all know, fornication is on spree in this country. There is always a suicide case from a toxic relationship. Some also end up crazy. I remember when I was in level 300 at the University of Ghana, we visited the Pantang Mental centre to get a better understanding of psychology.
There are some universities in the country who still have their admission forms open. Some universities have already closed their forms and are in the process of admitting students. There are four universities who have extended their admission deadlines since the forms were released. Normally, university academic calendar starts each year from September.
Abena Osei Asare Ghanaian politician Abena Osei-Asare (born 16 January 1979) is a Chartered Accountant, Ghanaian politician and currently a Member of Parliament for Atiwa East (Ghana parliament constituency) in the Eastern region. She is married with three children; two boys and a girl.
You have done well for clicking on this article. Please follow Achiamaa-News for the latest news in Ghana and the world at large. Accra College of Education is one of the teacher training colleges in Ghana. This college is located in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.The college is located in Eastern / Greater Accra zone.
The University of Ghana Local SRC Business & Leadership Summit 2021 is aimed at bringing student leaders of the University Community together to network, learn, and expand their intelligence on Business and Leadership. Scheduled for the evening of Friday, 15th October 2021, at the University of Ghana SRC Union Building Legon, High Profile Government Officials, Top Business Leaders of the Industry and Entrepreneurs of resilient repute are booked to grace the Summit.
The youths they say, are the future of every country, that is why every country need to have a good and better plans for the youths. This could be either through school education or good moral lessons which can help the youth to have a better attitude wherever they found themselves.
The member of Parliament for the Ningo Prampram Constituency, Samuel Nartey George has bemoaned the high levels of misconceptions expressed by people on the anti-LGBTQ bill currently before parliament. He says most of the people spreading those misconceptions are only spinning issues but have not really read the bill.
There are more than one thousand universities in Africa. Each university is set to train and equip students in their various relevant areas. Some universities have trained students for over a century now. In today's article, let us take a look at the top ten oldest universities in Africa.
Initially, if you thought the bill being championed in Ghana's Parliament to check the activities of homosexuals in Ghana was going to have a smooth ride to becoming a law, you better think again, as a powerful group have arisen to challenge the passing of the bill.
University of Ghana Legon is with no doubt one of the best universities in Ghana and Africa as a whole. Legon which is the oldest and first university in Ghana has produced many prominent and imminent people in the country. Truth be told, is a honour to be an alumna of Ghana's premier university.
Caleb Elolo Adjomah popularly known as Giovani Caleb is a Ghanaian radio and television personality, entertainer, brand ambassador, and Master of Ceremonies (MC). He is best known for having hosted some of the biggest shows in Ghana including: the 2017 MTN Hitmaker 6; the 2016 MTN Hitmaker 5; the 20th edition of the 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Red Carpet session; the 2016 Ghana Club 100 Awards; the 2018 AFRIMA Music Village show; and the 2019 Ghana Business Awards.
A senior political scientist with the University of Ghana, Legon, Prof Ransford Gyampo has opined that the flaws in Ghana’s constitution is the reason for the poor state of development of the country. He theorized that as much as the constitution serves as the bedrock for democracy and development, the failure of the state to effect constitutional changes that reflect modern day Ghana’s developmental concerns renders the constitution bogus.
The Special Prosecutor of Ghana, Kissi Agyebeng, has revealed that teaching is his God-giving talent. “For the past 15 years, I have been teaching Criminal Law at the University of Ghana, whilst engaging in private law practice”, he said. In an interview with Kwame Safa Kayi on Thursday, September 30th, 2021, the Special Prosecutor emphasized that teaching would have been his lifetime job if the profession paid.
A Professor at the University of Ghana and a member of the University Teachers association of Ghana (UTAG), Professor Ransford Gyampo has rained serious constructive criticisms on government over its indifferent attitude towards the demands for a better conditions of service for university lectures in the country.
The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has lamented the government’s unconcerned attitude during the renegotiation period after suspending its August Strike action. Prof Gyampo, the University of Ghana Chapter Secretary of UTAG said the Government was still acting unconcerned during the renegotiation period.
Security Analyst and Director at the University of Ghana, Legon, Prof. Vladimir Antwi-Danso, has advised the family members of the late Ibrahim Mohammed alias 'Kaaka' to contact the Ghana Police Service for details of the circumstances surrounding his death. According to Prof. Antwi-Danso, the criminal aspect of Kaaka's death was not part of the committee's job description.
Professor Ransford Gyampo, a University of Ghana political science professor, has badgered for the firm punishment for citizens who use their political affiliations to engage in all sort of criminal activities. He stated his thinking with the daily graphic saying that too much partisanship particularly a display of party colours to cover people who commit crimes had been the major cause of lawlessness in Ghana today.
1. The University of Ghana is the oldest and largest of the thirteen Ghanaian national public universities. It was founded in 1948, in the British colony of the Gold Coast, as the University College of the Gold Coast, and was originally an affiliated college of the University of London, which supervised its academic programs and awarded degrees.
The general secretary of the University Teachers Association of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has called on government to address their issue before their one month suspension elapse. Weeks ago the University Teachers Association of Ghana went on an indefinite strike over poor working conditions. Upon series of meetings with stakeholders, they decided to suspend their strike for a month where in that period negotiations will continue to settle all differences.