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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.

Government says 100,000 graduates will be employed next year in a programme dubbed the Nation Builders core Programme. The programme will be housed at the presidency under the President’s Special Initiatives.

This was one of the highlights of the 2018 budget presented by the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta in Parliament on Wednesday. He says several transitional programmes run under the various government agencies.

Programmes such as the National Vocational and Training Institute [NVTI], Youth Employment Authority [YEA], among others have targeted non tertiary graduates.

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has encouraged young Ghanaian and African writers to write books that would help shape the thinking and perceptions of the younger generation.

Former President Kufuor said this when he launched a book titled, “Conversations with My Father” authored by renowned veteran journalist, Ajoa Yeboah-Afari in honour of her late father, Mr Boahene Yeboah-Afari, Ghana’s first Agriculture Minister and first Brong-Ahafo Regional Commissioner, in Accra.

The former President entreated researchers, students, educational institutions and individuals to patronise the book since it was educative and would positively impact on the society.

The Koforidua Technical University (KTU) has held a ceremony to officially admit 3,476 fresh students with a call for a more aggressive push towards the promotion of science and technology.

Professor Rexford Assasie, Dean of the International Programmes Office, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), said this was vital to avoid being left behind by globalization.

Five hundred and seventy-eight (578) of the newly enrolled students would be pursuing degree programmes, while 2,639 did courses, leading to the award of higher national diploma (HND) and the remaining 259, non-tertiary programmes.

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