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With the outbreak of the H1N1 and Cerebrospinal Meningitis cases in some senior high schools in the country, the growing concern for protection against the disease has grown rife, as health officers across the country leads the campaign on preventive measures against the disease.

Recent to add his voice to the education is Dr. Nana Wireku of the school of medical sciences at the university of Cape Coast.


A former Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof DD Kuupole has urged the academic staff of the university to access international journals in research publications and make its research works visible in internationally recognized journals for the the global academic community to access them.

A deputy Minister of Finance, Abena Osei -Asare, has said funding for the Free Senior High School policy by government is secured for the first four years.

She said although there is no sustainable source of funding for the program yet, government is committed to ensuring that the policy doesn’t fail.

She disclosed funds from the country’s oil and the GETFund will be used to run the flagship policy.

Professor Domwini Dabire Kuupole served as the Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] from January 2010 to September 2012 and as a Vice Chancellor from October 1, 2012 – September 30, 2016.

The former Vice-Chancellor handed over to the current Vice-Chancellor Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah at a short but symbolic ceremony organized at the University on 30th September, 2016.

After a year out of office, Prof. D. D. Kuupole revealed that it has been a great restful year after his service to the University.