Affiliates, both past and present of Joseph Ephraim Casely Hayford Hall of University of Cape Coast have marked their 50th hall week celebration in grand style.
The five-day event was characterized with series of educative and entertaining events.
The newly sworn-in President of the National Union of Ghana Students [NUGS] in the Central Region, Theophilus Saki Sosi has promised that his administration will invest a lot of effort to see an improvement in academic performance in particular and student’s welfare in general, at all levels of the academic ladder in the Central Region.
The Pro Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast [UCC], Professor George K. T. Oduro says in as much as university management is ready to create an enabling environment for students on campus, it was important for students to also note that, management will not compromise on any misdemeanor.
He gave the admonishing at a grand durbar to climax the 50th Hall Week celebration of Casely Hayford Hall of the University.
Most Ghanaians are looking for quick fix, quick solutions and the shortest cut to problems; very few are willing to accept drastic solutions. Life’s problems cannot have magical solutions hence the daily effort and actions of work to solve them. This is according to a lecturer at the Department of Religion and Human Values at the University of Cape Coast, Rev. Fr. Dr. Simon Appiah.