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The Vice President of Business Council for Africa Felicity Acquah has advised students of the Holy Child School to maintain high disciplinary standards in order to achieve higher professional standards.

Mrs. Acquah says as a matter of fact pursuing academic knowledge to excel as a human being continues throughout one’s livelihood and the ones who benefit most are those who continue to apply the same discipline in all endeavors.

Nana Okese Essandoh IX, Paramount Chief of the Nkusukum Traditional Area

The Paramount Chief of the Nkusukum Traditional Area in the Mfantseman Municipality of the Central region, Nana Okese Essandoh IX, is appealing to government to consider siting a kenkey factory at Yamoransa.

The World Malaria report 2017, indicates that in 2016, an estimated US$ 2.7 billion was invested in malaria control and elimination efforts globally by governments of malaria endemic countries and international partners.

In 2016, there were an estimated 445,000 deaths from malaria globally, compared to 446,000 estimated deaths in 2015. The WHO African Region accounted for 91% of all malaria deaths in 2016.

A trade fair has been held as part of activities to mark this year’s College of Humanities and Legal Studies Week celebration. The fair which was largely patronized by the School of Business of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] also hosted some students from the Biological Sciences and the Cape Coast Polytechnic.

The trade fair according to the Dean of the School of Business, Prof. Marfo Yiadom, was to encourage students unearth their entrepreneurial abilities and equip them with the necessary tools to create their own jobs.