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Samuel Fiifi Hammond is a remarkable student. Not just because of his in-depth understanding of technical issues but his unwavering determination to break the traditional educational status quo. He is only 22, yet he is pursuing a doctorate at the Newcastle University in Australia.

Samuel, only in 2016 graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with First Class Honours in Bsc. Construction Technology & Management.

“Since my childhood, I’ve always challenged myself. I set high targets and try to achieve them. Sometimes I win, sometimes I lose. But I believe one thing that keeps me moving on is that I AM NOT COMPLACENT. I don’t easily get satisfied with how things are,” he said.

A Shangai University of Sports delegation has called on the Pro-Vice-Chancellor at the Council Chamber.

Explaining the rationale behind the visit, Dean of the School of Allied Health Sciences (SAHS), Prof. Moses Jojo Eghan said officials from Shangai were at UCC to seek further collaboration in the area of Sports Science and also sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University.

Receiving the visitors, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro commended them for taking the decision to collaborate with UCC in the area of Sports Science and hoped it would be extended to other disciplines.

The Winneba High Court on Thursday, December 14, 2017, has ruled on the landmark case brought before it by a private businessman and former assemblyman of Donkoryiam electoral area of Winneba, Supi Kofi Kwayera against the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Minister of Education as first and second respondents respectively.

The Country Director of Kaimi, a foundation that protects child care in Ghana, Stephen Adongo says the services of institutions for child care are not good enough.

According to him, children in institutions like orphanage homes adopt the culture of such institutions were they lack basic skills for home living and in addition have a lower capacity to learn to develop themselves.

In an exclusive interview on the Atlantic Wave on ATL FM yesterday morning, Mr. Adongo explained the most disadvantaged side of children living in orphanage homes is the lack proper family relationship where they compete for attention from their care givers.