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Prof. Rosemond Boohene

The Dean of Centre for International Education of University of Cape Coast, Professor Rosemond Boohene is calling on students to take advantage of the study abroad fair ongoing at the University.

According to her, such a platform gives an opportunity to second and third year students of the University to learn cultures from various countries including China, US, UK, Germany among others.

The Ghana Red Cross Society is calling on event planners to include medical teams in their activities. According to the Cape Coast Metro Organiser of the Society, Joseph Edmondson, most organisers of public events pay very little attention to the essence of having medical teams present at such events.

The family claiming ownership of the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital land says they arrogated 30 acres of land to themselves and have been selling these to developers after authorities at the facility failed to heed to their concerns about the need for compensation over the years.

The Parliamentary Select Committee on Health, upon a recent tour of health facilities in the region threatened to pull down structures fast springing up around the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.

A coalition of graduates belonging to the 2015/16 and 2016/17 batches of the various Polytechnics and Technical Universities across the country are expected to march across the principal streets of Accra today, Tuesday 5 September 2017.