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The Students Representative Council (SRC) of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) will on Saturday, 25th November, 2017 organize a Health Walk and Aerobics Exercise on UCC campus.

The Health walk is being organized by Yaw Ampofo Ankrah’s Walkers Club in collaboration with the UCC SRC with support from Kwese Free Sports and Indomie Ghana.

This exercise aims at getting UCC students fit, ahead of their end of semester exams, provide a platform for socialization and to mark the feat of journalism achieved by Yaw Ampofo Ankrah.

President of the Students’ Representative Council of University of Cape Coast, Henry Arthur, has expressed displeasure at the negative feedback from students with regard to the free busing service launched by the SRC.

According to him, the free busing initiative which is currently running on pilot basis is to enable students attend lectures on time and without hassle, however the response from students has so far not been positive.

The pilot programme was launched a week ago by the SRC, in collaboration with metro mass transit to convey students from their various residences.

As part of its contribution towards national discourse on the recently read budget by the finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta in parliament, the Department of Finance, School of Business of University of Cape Coast has held a post 2018 budget roundtable.
 The purpose of the discussion was to contribute some possible solutions to key policies and issues that were raised in the budget. 

All is set for the Maiden health Walk of the Campus Broadcasting Services (CBS) of the University of Cape Coast on Saturday, 18th November, 2017.

The Health Walk forms part of activities to celebrate the first year anniversary of the Campus Broadcasting Services Centre.