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Resurrection Praise 2017 happened at the Life Cathedral Church in Cape Coast

The Deputy Station Manager (Events and Operations) of ATL FM, Daniel Opoku has acknowledged the patronage and general success of the annual resurrection praise event.

In an interaction, Mr. Opoku acknowledged the support of Life Cathedral Church and other bodies who supported Resurrection Praise 2017.

Presentation of computers to Vice Chancellor of UCC [second left]

Groupe Ideal, a management and consultancy firm with diverse business operations across the country has donated thirty five [35] computers to the Department of Economics of University of Cape Coast [UCC].

The President of the company, Dr. Nii Kotei Dzani who is an alumnus of the University and the Department of Economics said the gesture was in fulfillment of an earlier request put before him by leadership of the department to provide computers to enhance academic work.

The Public Relations Officer of the National Service Secretariat [NSS], Ambrose Entsiwah Jnr has cautioned students to desist from posting themselves to institutions not assigned them by the secretariat.

Speaking to prospective national service personnel during an orientation at the University of Cape Coast [UCC] last Friday, Mr. Entsiwah Jnr. advised students to be content with postings given them by the secretariat.

From left, Mr. Cole Arthur [Organiser - Cape Coast Youth Dev. Association], Mr. Francis Baidoo [Chairman of Association] and Mr. Daniel Opoku [Deputy Station Manager of ATL FM]

The Cape Coast Youth Development Association and the National Youth Authority have presented a citation to the management of ATL FM to honour the station for their immerse contribution during the association’s celebrations and activities for the year 2016.

Senior High School Students

As the debate on the viability of the Free Senior High School Education policy by the NPP led Akufo-Addo government rages on, educationists have expressed worry over the possible compromise of quality for quantity if due diligence is not done.

In the most recent past, the Pro Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Prof. G. K. Oduro, an educationist himself, had expressed grave concern on the policy and its sustainability without compromising quality.

Team De Hope

A level three hundred law student of the University of Cape Coast Mr. Tony Henry Arthur has been elected President of the Student Representative Council of the University of Cape Coast for the 2017 2018 academic year. His vice president elect is in the person of Naa Korkoi Amoah.