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  • JHR INAUGURATION

    The newly sworn-in president of the AUCC chapter of the Journalists for Human Rights (JHR), Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey, has pledged to make a difference in the club and AUCC in general.

    Mr.  Alorgbey said that honesty, fairness, compassion and sincerity will be the hall mark of his administration. According to him, the AUCC chapter of JHR will not turn a blind eye to human rights violations in Ghana but will work hard to bring such issues to the public domain for them to be addressed by the relevant authorities.

    Mr. Alorbey made these promises during the handing over ceremony of AUCC chapter of JHR on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at the school premises. He received the mantle of leadership from the Acting JHR President, Ms. Elizabeth Kissi since the substantive JHR president, Mustapha Jamiu  had  resigned a few weeks  earlier   to contest for the SRC presidential elections.

    The new executives who were ushered into office by Mr. Kwesi Yankah (AUCC’s Vice President, Finance and Business Development were Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey (President), Alibaba Valamdou (Vice president), Lawrencia Esi (General Secretary), John Yao (Financial Secretary), Mercy Nyampong (Event Coordinator), Dennis Boateng (Communication Director).

    In his welcome address, the patron for JHR-AUCC chapter who is the Dean of Strategic Studies at AUCC, Mr. Osei Piesie  Anto, advised the newly elected executives to be strong and be psychologically prepared to overcome all the challenges that lay ahead of the Club. He also congratulated the past executive members for their hard work and efforts to realize the objectives of the club.

    Mr. Ogochwuku Nweke, Director of Students’ Affairs, AUCC, presented certificates of honour to some outgoing executives of the club for their hard work.

    There were also solidarity messages from the   Prof. Asare Opoku, Acting President of AUCC, Mrs. Barbara Gyamfi (Director, Corporate Communication, AUCC) Mr. Ernest Lartey, SRC President and Ms. Nicole Boute, JHR Trainer from Canada.

    BY DORCAS ANNAN

    LEVEL 3000 STUDENT

    AUCC

  • JHR INAUGURATION

    The newly sworn-in president of the AUCC chapter of the Journalists for Human Rights (JHR), Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey, has pledged to make a difference in the club and AUCC in general.

    Mr.  Alorgbey said that honesty, fairness, compassion and sincerity will be the hall mark of his administration. According to him, the AUCC chapter of JHR will not turn a blind eye to human rights violations in Ghana but will work hard to bring such issues to the public domain for them to be addressed by the relevant authorities.

    Mr. Alorbey made these promises during the handing over ceremony of AUCC chapter of JHR on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at the school premises. He received the mantle of leadership from the Acting JHR President, Ms. Elizabeth Kissi since the substantive JHR president, Mustapha Jamiu  had  resigned a few weeks  earlier   to contest for the SRC presidential elections.

    The new executives who were ushered into office by Mr. Kwesi Yankah (AUCC’s Vice President, Finance and Business Development were Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey (President), Alibaba Valamdou (Vice president), Lawrencia Esi (General Secretary), John Yao (Financial Secretary), Mercy Nyampong (Event Coordinator), Dennis Boateng (Communication Director).

    In his welcome address, the patron for JHR-AUCC chapter who is the Dean of Strategic Studies at AUCC, Mr. Osei Piesie  Anto, advised the newly elected executives to be strong and be psychologically prepared to overcome all the challenges that lay ahead of the Club. He also congratulated the past executive members for their hard work and efforts to realize the objectives of the club.

    Mr. Ogochwuku Nweke, Director of Students’ Affairs, AUCC, presented certificates of honour to some outgoing executives of the club for their hard work.

    There were also solidarity messages from the   Prof. Asare Opoku, Acting President of AUCC, Mrs. Barbara Gyamfi (Director, Corporate Communication, AUCC) Mr. Ernest Lartey, SRC President and Ms. Nicole Boute, JHR Trainer from Canada.

    BY DORCAS ANNAN

    LEVEL 3000 STUDENT

    AUCC

  • JHR INAUGURATION

    The newly sworn-in president of the AUCC chapter of the Journalists for Human Rights (JHR), Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey, has pledged to make a difference in the club and AUCC in general.

    Mr.  Alorgbey said that honesty, fairness, compassion and sincerity will be the hall mark of his administration. According to him, the AUCC chapter of JHR will not turn a blind eye to human rights violations in Ghana but will work hard to bring such issues to the public domain for them to be addressed by the relevant authorities.

    Mr. Alorbey made these promises during the handing over ceremony of AUCC chapter of JHR on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at the school premises. He received the mantle of leadership from the Acting JHR President, Ms. Elizabeth Kissi since the substantive JHR president, Mustapha Jamiu  had  resigned a few weeks  earlier   to contest for the SRC presidential elections.

    The new executives who were ushered into office by Mr. Kwesi Yankah (AUCC’s Vice President, Finance and Business Development were Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey (President), Alibaba Valamdou (Vice president), Lawrencia Esi (General Secretary), John Yao (Financial Secretary), Mercy Nyampong (Event Coordinator), Dennis Boateng (Communication Director).

    In his welcome address, the patron for JHR-AUCC chapter who is the Dean of Strategic Studies at AUCC, Mr. Osei Piesie  Anto, advised the newly elected executives to be strong and be psychologically prepared to overcome all the challenges that lay ahead of the Club. He also congratulated the past executive members for their hard work and efforts to realize the objectives of the club.

    Mr. Ogochwuku Nweke, Director of Students’ Affairs, AUCC, presented certificates of honour to some outgoing executives of the club for their hard work.

    There were also solidarity messages from the   Prof. Asare Opoku, Acting President of AUCC, Mrs. Barbara Gyamfi (Director, Corporate Communication, AUCC) Mr. Ernest Lartey, SRC President and Ms. Nicole Boute, JHR Trainer from Canada.

    BY DORCAS ANNAN

    LEVEL 3000 STUDENT

    AUCC

  • JHR INAUGURATION

    The newly sworn-in president of the AUCC chapter of the Journalists for Human Rights (JHR), Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey, has pledged to make a difference in the club and AUCC in general.

    Mr.  Alorgbey said that honesty, fairness, compassion and sincerity will be the hall mark of his administration. According to him, the AUCC chapter of JHR will not turn a blind eye to human rights violations in Ghana but will work hard to bring such issues to the public domain for them to be addressed by the relevant authorities.

    Mr. Alorbey made these promises during the handing over ceremony of AUCC chapter of JHR on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at the school premises. He received the mantle of leadership from the Acting JHR President, Ms. Elizabeth Kissi since the substantive JHR president, Mustapha Jamiu  had  resigned a few weeks  earlier   to contest for the SRC presidential elections.

    The new executives who were ushered into office by Mr. Kwesi Yankah (AUCC’s Vice President, Finance and Business Development were Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey (President), Alibaba Valamdou (Vice president), Lawrencia Esi (General Secretary), John Yao (Financial Secretary), Mercy Nyampong (Event Coordinator), Dennis Boateng (Communication Director).

    In his welcome address, the patron for JHR-AUCC chapter who is the Dean of Strategic Studies at AUCC, Mr. Osei Piesie  Anto, advised the newly elected executives to be strong and be psychologically prepared to overcome all the challenges that lay ahead of the Club. He also congratulated the past executive members for their hard work and efforts to realize the objectives of the club.

    Mr. Ogochwuku Nweke, Director of Students’ Affairs, AUCC, presented certificates of honour to some outgoing executives of the club for their hard work.

    There were also solidarity messages from the   Prof. Asare Opoku, Acting President of AUCC, Mrs. Barbara Gyamfi (Director, Corporate Communication, AUCC) Mr. Ernest Lartey, SRC President and Ms. Nicole Boute, JHR Trainer from Canada.

    BY DORCAS ANNAN

    LEVEL 3000 STUDENT

    AUCC

  • JHR INAUGURATION

    The newly sworn-in president of the AUCC chapter of the Journalists for Human Rights (JHR), Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey, has pledged to make a difference in the club and AUCC in general.

    Mr.  Alorgbey said that honesty, fairness, compassion and sincerity will be the hall mark of his administration. According to him, the AUCC chapter of JHR will not turn a blind eye to human rights violations in Ghana but will work hard to bring such issues to the public domain for them to be addressed by the relevant authorities.

    Mr. Alorbey made these promises during the handing over ceremony of AUCC chapter of JHR on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at the school premises. He received the mantle of leadership from the Acting JHR President, Ms. Elizabeth Kissi since the substantive JHR president, Mustapha Jamiu  had  resigned a few weeks  earlier   to contest for the SRC presidential elections.

    The new executives who were ushered into office by Mr. Kwesi Yankah (AUCC’s Vice President, Finance and Business Development were Armstrong Joseph Alorgbey (President), Alibaba Valamdou (Vice president), Lawrencia Esi (General Secretary), John Yao (Financial Secretary), Mercy Nyampong (Event Coordinator), Dennis Boateng (Communication Director).

    In his welcome address, the patron for JHR-AUCC chapter who is the Dean of Strategic Studies at AUCC, Mr. Osei Piesie  Anto, advised the newly elected executives to be strong and be psychologically prepared to overcome all the challenges that lay ahead of the Club. He also congratulated the past executive members for their hard work and efforts to realize the objectives of the club.

    Mr. Ogochwuku Nweke, Director of Students’ Affairs, AUCC, presented certificates of honour to some outgoing executives of the club for their hard work.

    There were also solidarity messages from the   Prof. Asare Opoku, Acting President of AUCC, Mrs. Barbara Gyamfi (Director, Corporate Communication, AUCC) Mr. Ernest Lartey, SRC President and Ms. Nicole Boute, JHR Trainer from Canada.

    BY DORCAS ANNAN

    LEVEL 3000 STUDENT

    AUCC

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