Don’t Go Overboard With Christmas Celebrations – UCC VC Cautions

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The Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast [UCC], Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah has advised faculty, staff and students of the university to celebrate the festive season in moderation.

In his Christmas message to the university community read on his behalf by the Pro Vice Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro at the second university wide carols Service last Thursday, the Vice Chancellor cautioned members of the university community against engaging in activities that have the tendency to cast a slur on their image.

He also advised that going forward in 2018, the spirit dedication and team work should be embraced by all.

Pro Vice Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro

”As we enter 2018, let us use our time wisely and move forward as decisively and swiftly as we can. This is only possible if we are dedicated and work as a team. It is rather unfortunate that during festive occasions some people get so excited that end up going overboard. Let that not be said of us."

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The Vice Chancellor also acknowledged the efforts of faculty and staff of the university.

“On behalf of the university council and management, I would like to acknowledge faculty and staff for their continuous dedication, commitment and support. We are grateful to students for playing their role to ensure we have a smooth interview. To those of you who won laurels and awards for the university, you are highly appreciated”.

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