A Professor of Development Economics at the School for Development Studies, Prof. John Victor Mensah, has decried the incessant politicisation of the country’s industrialisation by succesive governments.
The Centre for Gender Research, Advocacy and Documentation (CEGRAD) has organised a two-day works
The Coordinator, Advocacy & Outreach, Dr. Regina Yaa Oduro, indicated that the workshop was to deliberate and brainstorm on matters relating to ‘Sexual Harassment’ and the ‘Sexual Harassment Policy’ of the University.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro, has stressed the need to encourage the study and speaking of French in Ghana to enhance the country’s international image. He noted that “It is unfortunate that Ghana is surrounded by Francophone countries, but most Ghanaians have not taken advantage of the French language”
The consultative meeting, held at the Academic Board Chamber, allowed members present at the meeting to deliberate and share their thoughts and experiences in order to make the new programme meet the needs of industry.