The Executive Director of the Institute of Democratic Governance (IDEG), Dr. Emmanuel Akwetey has described Ghana’s Democracy as “stable but fragile”.
“Ours has been stable one but events leading up to the election can determine whether the elections will be peaceful or not”.
Dr. Akwetey who was delivering a lecture at the Advancement Lecture Series at the University of Cape Coast, said Ghana after six successful elections Ghana has gained an upgrade in recognition as “Africa’s matured democracy”.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof. Domwini Dabire Kuupole, has admonished alumni of the University to be the ‘eastern star’ and lead developing partners to the University to bring opportunities to both students, staff and the university at large.
Prof. Domwini Dabire Kuupole, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast has advised Alumni of the University to work hard to build the image of the University wherever they find themselves because they are worthy ambassadors of the University.
The Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof. George K. T. Oduro has admonished parents to augment the role of the school to ensure a holistic development of their wards. He made this statement at the 52nd Anniversary and Speech and Prize-Giving Day of the University of Cape Coast Primary School. Speaking on the theme “Parental commitment: A key component of the child’s education”, the Pro Vice-Chancellor; who was the Guest Speaker stated that “as committed parents, we should have time to listen and to discuss issues with our children, be sensitive to their problems, keep watch on their activities at home and also track them through their teachers”.
The University of Cape Diamond Club has held its first working session at Tang Palace Hotel, Accra to develop strategies to guide members to promote the image of the university and enhance Higher Education in Ghana.
The Institutional Advancement Office (IAO) of the University of Cape Coast in collaboration with Barclays Bank Ghana has launched the Barclays Ready To Work initiative.
The initiative is aimed at equipping the youth especially, final year students of the university to find appropriate jobs after completing their programmes of study. It is also geared towards empowering final year students with the needed training development and connections to enhance their employment prospects.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof. D.D. Kuupole has called on all UCC Alumni both in Ghana and in the International Community to connect with their alma mater to share ideas and offer suggestions that will help attract into the University, strategic partnerships and business initiatives to help improve upon teaching, research and other academic related businesses of the University of Cape Coast, the University of Competitive Choice in Ghana and beyond.