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  • AUCC CELEBRATES NANA ESSILFIE-CONDUAH AT 80

    Staff and workers of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) celebrated the 80th Birthday of nana essilfie conduah in a grand style on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The event was held at its  Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. The occasion saw all staff, both young and old coming together to celebrate a living legend.

    Speaking at the event, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright encouraged all to take advantage of the presence of this great academician by learning from him whilst he is still with us. She was impressed with how nana had gained so much admiration and love from the AUCC community by dint of hard work.

    In his goodwill message, Director of Students’ Affairs, Mr. Frank Amewuga said “Nana has a delightful sense of humour and an easy to approach personality”. This in his view accounts for his normal rousing welcome by students of AUCC anytime he is introduced at any college function. He added that “at 80, he is still sprightly, joyful and guess what? Still drives his car on our risky messy streets”.

    Mr. Philip Kankam, Director of Library and Information Studies also described Nana as very approachable and used Psalm 90:10 in the Bible to illustrate, the fact that old age is a blessing. He commended nana for his approachable and affable nature.

    In his response, nana essilfie-conduah expressed his delight for the occasion. He said “I am grateful for the recognition and it is part of what makes me speechless”. He prayed that wherever AUCC as an institution got the means from, the mighty God turns it into wealth of wisdom and integrity. He advised all to “play together, get together, walk together, work together and live together so that one day if mankind does not acknowledge us, God who gave us that rectitude would have recognized us”.

    Also in attendance was Prof. Margaret Crabbe (Dean, Sam E. Jonah School of Business) and other dignitaries. Prof. Crabbe, on behalf of the management of AUCC presented a special birthday gift to nana essilfie-conduah. A birthday cake was cut and a champagne popped to climax the celebrations.

    In a short interview with nana essilfie-conduah after the ceremony, he revealed that “looking around, I am the oldest and closest to the date of the foundation of this institution and with which I associate with pride that I cherish most. I pay tribute to others who had been with us, the founder and I through the years. I am grateful for this honour”.

    nana essilfie-conduah (noted for spelling all his names with lower case letters) is a political historian, an author including journalism textbooks. He has served Ghana, home and abroad at headship positions. He is currently the chair, Journalism at AUCC.

  • AUCC CELEBRATES NANA ESSILFIE-CONDUAH AT 80

    Staff and workers of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) celebrated the 80th Birthday of nana essilfie conduah in a grand style on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The event was held at its  Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. The occasion saw all staff, both young and old coming together to celebrate a living legend.

    Speaking at the event, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright encouraged all to take advantage of the presence of this great academician by learning from him whilst he is still with us. She was impressed with how nana had gained so much admiration and love from the AUCC community by dint of hard work.

    In his goodwill message, Director of Students’ Affairs, Mr. Frank Amewuga said “Nana has a delightful sense of humour and an easy to approach personality”. This in his view accounts for his normal rousing welcome by students of AUCC anytime he is introduced at any college function. He added that “at 80, he is still sprightly, joyful and guess what? Still drives his car on our risky messy streets”.

    Mr. Philip Kankam, Director of Library and Information Studies also described Nana as very approachable and used Psalm 90:10 in the Bible to illustrate, the fact that old age is a blessing. He commended nana for his approachable and affable nature.

    In his response, nana essilfie-conduah expressed his delight for the occasion. He said “I am grateful for the recognition and it is part of what makes me speechless”. He prayed that wherever AUCC as an institution got the means from, the mighty God turns it into wealth of wisdom and integrity. He advised all to “play together, get together, walk together, work together and live together so that one day if mankind does not acknowledge us, God who gave us that rectitude would have recognized us”.

    Also in attendance was Prof. Margaret Crabbe (Dean, Sam E. Jonah School of Business) and other dignitaries. Prof. Crabbe, on behalf of the management of AUCC presented a special birthday gift to nana essilfie-conduah. A birthday cake was cut and a champagne popped to climax the celebrations.

    In a short interview with nana essilfie-conduah after the ceremony, he revealed that “looking around, I am the oldest and closest to the date of the foundation of this institution and with which I associate with pride that I cherish most. I pay tribute to others who had been with us, the founder and I through the years. I am grateful for this honour”.

    nana essilfie-conduah (noted for spelling all his names with lower case letters) is a political historian, an author including journalism textbooks. He has served Ghana, home and abroad at headship positions. He is currently the chair, Journalism at AUCC.

  • AUCC CELEBRATES NANA ESSILFIE-CONDUAH AT 80

    Staff and workers of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) celebrated the 80th Birthday of nana essilfie conduah in a grand style on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The event was held at its  Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. The occasion saw all staff, both young and old coming together to celebrate a living legend.

    Speaking at the event, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright encouraged all to take advantage of the presence of this great academician by learning from him whilst he is still with us. She was impressed with how nana had gained so much admiration and love from the AUCC community by dint of hard work.

    In his goodwill message, Director of Students’ Affairs, Mr. Frank Amewuga said “Nana has a delightful sense of humour and an easy to approach personality”. This in his view accounts for his normal rousing welcome by students of AUCC anytime he is introduced at any college function. He added that “at 80, he is still sprightly, joyful and guess what? Still drives his car on our risky messy streets”.

    Mr. Philip Kankam, Director of Library and Information Studies also described Nana as very approachable and used Psalm 90:10 in the Bible to illustrate, the fact that old age is a blessing. He commended nana for his approachable and affable nature.

    In his response, nana essilfie-conduah expressed his delight for the occasion. He said “I am grateful for the recognition and it is part of what makes me speechless”. He prayed that wherever AUCC as an institution got the means from, the mighty God turns it into wealth of wisdom and integrity. He advised all to “play together, get together, walk together, work together and live together so that one day if mankind does not acknowledge us, God who gave us that rectitude would have recognized us”.

    Also in attendance was Prof. Margaret Crabbe (Dean, Sam E. Jonah School of Business) and other dignitaries. Prof. Crabbe, on behalf of the management of AUCC presented a special birthday gift to nana essilfie-conduah. A birthday cake was cut and a champagne popped to climax the celebrations.

    In a short interview with nana essilfie-conduah after the ceremony, he revealed that “looking around, I am the oldest and closest to the date of the foundation of this institution and with which I associate with pride that I cherish most. I pay tribute to others who had been with us, the founder and I through the years. I am grateful for this honour”.

    nana essilfie-conduah (noted for spelling all his names with lower case letters) is a political historian, an author including journalism textbooks. He has served Ghana, home and abroad at headship positions. He is currently the chair, Journalism at AUCC.

  • AUCC CELEBRATES NANA ESSILFIE-CONDUAH AT 80

    Staff and workers of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) celebrated the 80th Birthday of nana essilfie conduah in a grand style on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The event was held at its  Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. The occasion saw all staff, both young and old coming together to celebrate a living legend.

    Speaking at the event, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright encouraged all to take advantage of the presence of this great academician by learning from him whilst he is still with us. She was impressed with how nana had gained so much admiration and love from the AUCC community by dint of hard work.

    In his goodwill message, Director of Students’ Affairs, Mr. Frank Amewuga said “Nana has a delightful sense of humour and an easy to approach personality”. This in his view accounts for his normal rousing welcome by students of AUCC anytime he is introduced at any college function. He added that “at 80, he is still sprightly, joyful and guess what? Still drives his car on our risky messy streets”.

    Mr. Philip Kankam, Director of Library and Information Studies also described Nana as very approachable and used Psalm 90:10 in the Bible to illustrate, the fact that old age is a blessing. He commended nana for his approachable and affable nature.

    In his response, nana essilfie-conduah expressed his delight for the occasion. He said “I am grateful for the recognition and it is part of what makes me speechless”. He prayed that wherever AUCC as an institution got the means from, the mighty God turns it into wealth of wisdom and integrity. He advised all to “play together, get together, walk together, work together and live together so that one day if mankind does not acknowledge us, God who gave us that rectitude would have recognized us”.

    Also in attendance was Prof. Margaret Crabbe (Dean, Sam E. Jonah School of Business) and other dignitaries. Prof. Crabbe, on behalf of the management of AUCC presented a special birthday gift to nana essilfie-conduah. A birthday cake was cut and a champagne popped to climax the celebrations.

    In a short interview with nana essilfie-conduah after the ceremony, he revealed that “looking around, I am the oldest and closest to the date of the foundation of this institution and with which I associate with pride that I cherish most. I pay tribute to others who had been with us, the founder and I through the years. I am grateful for this honour”.

    nana essilfie-conduah (noted for spelling all his names with lower case letters) is a political historian, an author including journalism textbooks. He has served Ghana, home and abroad at headship positions. He is currently the chair, Journalism at AUCC.

  • AUCC CELEBRATES NANA ESSILFIE-CONDUAH AT 80

    Staff and workers of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) celebrated the 80th Birthday of nana essilfie conduah in a grand style on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The event was held at its  Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. The occasion saw all staff, both young and old coming together to celebrate a living legend.

    Speaking at the event, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright encouraged all to take advantage of the presence of this great academician by learning from him whilst he is still with us. She was impressed with how nana had gained so much admiration and love from the AUCC community by dint of hard work.

    In his goodwill message, Director of Students’ Affairs, Mr. Frank Amewuga said “Nana has a delightful sense of humour and an easy to approach personality”. This in his view accounts for his normal rousing welcome by students of AUCC anytime he is introduced at any college function. He added that “at 80, he is still sprightly, joyful and guess what? Still drives his car on our risky messy streets”.

    Mr. Philip Kankam, Director of Library and Information Studies also described Nana as very approachable and used Psalm 90:10 in the Bible to illustrate, the fact that old age is a blessing. He commended nana for his approachable and affable nature.

    In his response, nana essilfie-conduah expressed his delight for the occasion. He said “I am grateful for the recognition and it is part of what makes me speechless”. He prayed that wherever AUCC as an institution got the means from, the mighty God turns it into wealth of wisdom and integrity. He advised all to “play together, get together, walk together, work together and live together so that one day if mankind does not acknowledge us, God who gave us that rectitude would have recognized us”.

    Also in attendance was Prof. Margaret Crabbe (Dean, Sam E. Jonah School of Business) and other dignitaries. Prof. Crabbe, on behalf of the management of AUCC presented a special birthday gift to nana essilfie-conduah. A birthday cake was cut and a champagne popped to climax the celebrations.

    In a short interview with nana essilfie-conduah after the ceremony, he revealed that “looking around, I am the oldest and closest to the date of the foundation of this institution and with which I associate with pride that I cherish most. I pay tribute to others who had been with us, the founder and I through the years. I am grateful for this honour”.

    nana essilfie-conduah (noted for spelling all his names with lower case letters) is a political historian, an author including journalism textbooks. He has served Ghana, home and abroad at headship positions. He is currently the chair, Journalism at AUCC.

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