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Miss Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, a 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kwadwo Gyan-Darkwa of Space Workers College, has been admitted as the youngest ever at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi.

The girl, a native of Anyimon, Berekum in the Brong-Ahafo region, and who lives at Prempeh College, Kumasi, where her father is a Senior Tutor, went to Christ Our Hope International School in Kumasi, and later to Abraham Lincoln Junior High School (JHS), where she wrote the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in JHS 1 at the Justice International School Asuofua in the Ashanti Region.

The Director of Academic Affairs of University of Cape Coast, Jeff Onyame has charged the university to strengthen its monitoring roles in private institutions affiliated to it.
According to him, the University of Cape Coast, currently mentors about 52 private institutions across the country, a development, he explained is as a result of the high standard of academic discipline recorded by UCC.

GCB Bank has presented a cheque for GHc20,000 to support the Institutional Advancement Office (IAO) of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] towards the preparation for the forthcoming third Advancement Lecture Series.

The donation was also in line with GCB’s Corporate Social Responsibility to the University.

Making the presentation, the Team Leader of GCB at the Corporate Bank Department (Tarkwa), Mr. Joshua Dadzie, said the gesture was to enable IAO to organise a successful Lecture Series.