STAFF OF THE COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND LEGAL STUDIES (CHLS), UCC PAYS A COURTESY CALL ON THE VICE-CHANCELLOR OF CAPE COAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY (CCTU)
Staff of the College of Humanities and Legal Studies (CHLS), of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) on Tuesday, August 29, 2023, paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor and Management of the Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU). The aim of the visit was to pledge their solidarity to Prof. Kwaku Adutwum Ayim Boakye (Vice-Chancellor) of CCTU.
The Registrar, (Dr. Francis Narh Akrono) on behalf of Management of Cape Coast Technical University welcomed the delegation from the College of Humanities and Legal Studies (CHLS) led by the Provost, Prof. K. O. Kwarteng. In his remarks, the leader of the CHLS delegation, Prof. K. O. Kwarteng informed the meeting that Prof. Boakye was a member of the CHLS before his appointment as Vice Chancellor of CCTU. They therefore deemed it appropriate to come and officially congratulate him on his achievement. He said they were very proud of his elevation to such an enviable position and were sure that he would deliver on his mandate with excellence and make UCC proud. On behalf of CHLS, he pledged their unflinching support and solidarity in all his endeavors. Prof. Kwarteng further said that CHLS trusts in the Vice Chancellor’s abilities and capabilities in running the University to higher heights. He advised the VC to leave an indelible mark on the history of CCTU. The Dean of School of Development Studies, Prof. Angela Akorsu also congratulated the Vice-Chancellor and pledged their support to him. She appealed to the Management of CCTU to support him in discharging his mandate as Vice-Chancellor.
Dr. Francis Nah Akrono (Registrar) of Cape Coast Technical University thanked members of the CHLS for allowing Prof. Boakye to take up the position of Vice-Chancellor at CCTU. He reiterated that Prof. Boakye is working exceptionally well and he was sure of his abilities to move CCTU to a desired standard.
Prof. Boakye, on his part, thanked the delegation for the honour exhibited to him and pledged that he would work assiduously with the help of God to bring glory to the name of CCTU. He indicated that he was hopeful for a long-lasting relationship and collaboration between the CCTU and UCC to strengthen the already existing relationship. Prof. Boakye promised the Provost of CHLS that CCTU would be represented at his Inaugural Lecture.
The Provost and his team were received by the Vice-Chancellor of the University, (Prof. Kwaku Adutwum Ayim Boakye), the Registrar (Dr. Francis Narh Akrono), Head of Public Relations, (Dr. Patrick Arthur), Assistant Registrar, Office of the Vice-Chancellor (Mr. Paul Akyen-Mensah), Junior Assistant Registrar, Public Affairs, (Ms. Jemimah Adjei-Attah) and (Mr. James Baidoo) Documentation. Members of the College of Humanities and Legal Studies (CHLS) were, the Provost of CHLS (Prof. K.O. Kwarteng), Dean, School of Business UCC (Prof. John Gatsi), Dean School of Development Studies (Prof. Angela Akorsu), Dean Faculty of Arts, (Prof. K. S. S. Kontonkah), Dr. Mary O. Obimpeh and other staff of the CHLS.
Source: Directorate of Public Affairs