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Kristo Asafo Mission calls on Vice Chancellor of KNUST

First Published on: 01 Dec 2010 

 

Logo of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Logo of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

A four-man delegation from the Kristo Asafo Mission has paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor, Professor William O. Ellis, to intensify its relationship with  KNUST, and donate a cash amount of GH¢1,000 to support the Student Financial Services Fund. 

The Public Relations Manager of Kristo Asafo Mission, Mr. Kwame Osei Bempa, used the occasion to congratulate Professor Ellis on his appointment as Vice-Chancellor and expressed a goodwill message on behalf of Apostle Kwadwo Safo, the General Overseer of Kristo Asafo Mission.

Apostle Kwadwo Safo proposed a deeper partnership between Apostle School of Arts and Sciences and the KNUST to facilitate staff and students exchange in training programmes. This was contained in a statement read on his behalf. Professor Ellis was full of praise for the official visit and donation from the Church, and hoped to reciprocate the courtesy call in future. He however, underscored the University’s readiness to undertake social responsibility activities and interventions in surrounding communities towards national development.

The delegation extended an invitation to the Vice-Chancellor as guest for the “Technology Exhibition” of Apostle School of Arts and Sciences slated for 2nd January, 2011 in Accra. The General Secretary of the Church, Mr. Festus Owusu Baidu, explained that, the latest technological inventions of Apostle Safo would be displayed at the exhibition. Other members of the delegation were: Rev. P.K. Boateng, Deputy General Secretary and Pastor Kingsley Awuni.

Among the officials who welcomed the delegation at the Vice-Chancellor’s Office were: Professor Peter Donkor, the Acting Pro Vice-Chancellor; Mr. Kobby Yebo-Okrah, the Registrar; and Mr. Baah Boateng, Assistant Registrar (Student Financial Services).

 

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2 Comments

  1. Sometimes l feel soo sad to be a Ghanaian. l am saying this because, l hardly understand the way we call ourselves as a nation that want to progress in terms of tecnology. KNUST and etc are those who has to tap these light of fame and realities of Kantanka. Give out the green light the government to affilate him to their reseaching findings.
    It is now the hour and time of hope not to thing go to waste as sometimes past when our beloved citizen of Ghana passed away without utilizing his God given talent and inovations. The time is now that all stakeholders should play their positve role, for times are being wasted for a true realisations of national agenda.

  2. Sometimes l feel soo sad t being a Ghanaian. l am saying this because, l hardly understand the way we call ourselves as a nation that want to progress in terms of tecnology. KNUST and etc are those who has to tap these light of fame and realities of Kantanka. These institutions has to give out the green light to the government to affilate him to their research findings.
    It is now the hour and time of hope not to allow things go waste as sometimes past, when our beloved citizens of Ghana passed away without utilizing their God given talent and inovations. The time is now, that all stakeholders should play their positve role. We love science and technology, but it is all a shadow of dream. For times are being wasted for a true realisations of our national agenda. Ghanaians, wake up from our slumber and forge foward as one people. Today is our technology time with African Star from Ghana.

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