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  • AUCC HOLDS 13TH GRADUATION CEREMONY

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has held its 13th Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at its Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra.

    Delivering the keynote address at the event, on the theme “Building Peace through our Communication”, the founder of AUCC, Honourable Kojo Yankah said Ghanaians have no reason to expect any deadly violence to destabilize our country. The former Minister of State and former Member of Parliament explained that we have come a long way in our democratic experimentation to destroy the gains we have made. Citing a Somalian proverb which says: "If you can't resolve your problems in peace, you can't solve them in war", he reiterated the need for political actors to use dialogue to resolve issues.

    He went further to express the need for Africans to adopt Indigenous Approaches to Peace-building. He proposed a blend of the modern approaches to peace building with the Indigenous Approach to ensure that we lay solid foundations for resolving conflicts. “Cases that have been in official courts for years are resolved in a matter of days at the traditional courts. Why have we abandoned them?” he questioned.

    He revealed that it is not just jobs that we need in Ghana but rather SKILLS and ENTREPRENEURSHIP. “I believe there are a number of opportunities in Ghana hungry for solutions. The agricultural industry; the manufacturing sector; the educational sector; the service sector, and many others are all hungry for significant solution-oriented input. Small scale industries are badly needed. Vocational and technical skills are lacking. Leadership and Management Skills are in short supply”, he opined. Mr. Yankah in congratulating the graduates reminded them that “the path to success is not strewn with roses”, and charged them to look for opportunities begging for solutions and make the best out of it.

    Presenting a graduatinclaso43students- 13from thSaE. Jonah School of Businesan29frothKojYankaSchooof CommunicatioStudies, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright congratulated the fresh graduates for their hardwork and determination to acquire knowledge. Dr. Anim-Wright used the occasion to announce AUCC’s collaboration with an internationally-known Ghanaian author, poet, playwright and a former Minister of Education, AmAtAidoo and gave a hint of plans to launcthAmAtAidoCentrfor CreativWriting in March, 2017.

    The toast of the ceremony was young Miss Catherine Agbo Forson, who won the enviable Cal Bank award for the Overall Best Student in AUCC, Class of 2016. She also won the Penplusbytes Award for the Overall Best Student Kojo Yankah School of Communication Studies, Best student in strategic communication and the Okomfo Anokye Award for Best Student in Africana Studies. Other awardees include:

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Best Development Communication Student

    Dennis Adjei Boateng – Best Journalism Student

    Owiredu Thoedora Yayra – Best Visual & Digital Communication Student

    Merki Daniel Kwaku – Best Banking & Finance Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa – Best Human Resource Management Student

    Bello Asmawu – Best Marketing Student

    Adotey Roberta – Best Accounting Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa & Bello Asmawu – Best Student of the Sam E. Jonah School of Business

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Most Disciplined Student

    Goeffrey Opoku-Darko – Leadership & Excellence Award

     

     

     

     

  • AUCC HOLDS 13TH GRADUATION CEREMONY

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has held its 13th Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at its Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra.

    Delivering the keynote address at the event, on the theme “Building Peace through our Communication”, the founder of AUCC, Honourable Kojo Yankah said Ghanaians have no reason to expect any deadly violence to destabilize our country. The former Minister of State and former Member of Parliament explained that we have come a long way in our democratic experimentation to destroy the gains we have made. Citing a Somalian proverb which says: "If you can't resolve your problems in peace, you can't solve them in war", he reiterated the need for political actors to use dialogue to resolve issues.

    He went further to express the need for Africans to adopt Indigenous Approaches to Peace-building. He proposed a blend of the modern approaches to peace building with the Indigenous Approach to ensure that we lay solid foundations for resolving conflicts. “Cases that have been in official courts for years are resolved in a matter of days at the traditional courts. Why have we abandoned them?” he questioned.

    He revealed that it is not just jobs that we need in Ghana but rather SKILLS and ENTREPRENEURSHIP. “I believe there are a number of opportunities in Ghana hungry for solutions. The agricultural industry; the manufacturing sector; the educational sector; the service sector, and many others are all hungry for significant solution-oriented input. Small scale industries are badly needed. Vocational and technical skills are lacking. Leadership and Management Skills are in short supply”, he opined. Mr. Yankah in congratulating the graduates reminded them that “the path to success is not strewn with roses”, and charged them to look for opportunities begging for solutions and make the best out of it.

    Presenting a graduatinclaso43students- 13from thSaE. Jonah School of Businesan29frothKojYankaSchooof CommunicatioStudies, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright congratulated the fresh graduates for their hardwork and determination to acquire knowledge. Dr. Anim-Wright used the occasion to announce AUCC’s collaboration with an internationally-known Ghanaian author, poet, playwright and a former Minister of Education, AmAtAidoo and gave a hint of plans to launcthAmAtAidoCentrfor CreativWriting in March, 2017.

    The toast of the ceremony was young Miss Catherine Agbo Forson, who won the enviable Cal Bank award for the Overall Best Student in AUCC, Class of 2016. She also won the Penplusbytes Award for the Overall Best Student Kojo Yankah School of Communication Studies, Best student in strategic communication and the Okomfo Anokye Award for Best Student in Africana Studies. Other awardees include:

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Best Development Communication Student

    Dennis Adjei Boateng – Best Journalism Student

    Owiredu Thoedora Yayra – Best Visual & Digital Communication Student

    Merki Daniel Kwaku – Best Banking & Finance Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa – Best Human Resource Management Student

    Bello Asmawu – Best Marketing Student

    Adotey Roberta – Best Accounting Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa & Bello Asmawu – Best Student of the Sam E. Jonah School of Business

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Most Disciplined Student

    Goeffrey Opoku-Darko – Leadership & Excellence Award

     

     

     

     

  • AUCC HOLDS 13TH GRADUATION CEREMONY

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has held its 13th Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at its Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra.

    Delivering the keynote address at the event, on the theme “Building Peace through our Communication”, the founder of AUCC, Honourable Kojo Yankah said Ghanaians have no reason to expect any deadly violence to destabilize our country. The former Minister of State and former Member of Parliament explained that we have come a long way in our democratic experimentation to destroy the gains we have made. Citing a Somalian proverb which says: "If you can't resolve your problems in peace, you can't solve them in war", he reiterated the need for political actors to use dialogue to resolve issues.

    He went further to express the need for Africans to adopt Indigenous Approaches to Peace-building. He proposed a blend of the modern approaches to peace building with the Indigenous Approach to ensure that we lay solid foundations for resolving conflicts. “Cases that have been in official courts for years are resolved in a matter of days at the traditional courts. Why have we abandoned them?” he questioned.

    He revealed that it is not just jobs that we need in Ghana but rather SKILLS and ENTREPRENEURSHIP. “I believe there are a number of opportunities in Ghana hungry for solutions. The agricultural industry; the manufacturing sector; the educational sector; the service sector, and many others are all hungry for significant solution-oriented input. Small scale industries are badly needed. Vocational and technical skills are lacking. Leadership and Management Skills are in short supply”, he opined. Mr. Yankah in congratulating the graduates reminded them that “the path to success is not strewn with roses”, and charged them to look for opportunities begging for solutions and make the best out of it.

    Presenting a graduatinclaso43students- 13from thSaE. Jonah School of Businesan29frothKojYankaSchooof CommunicatioStudies, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright congratulated the fresh graduates for their hardwork and determination to acquire knowledge. Dr. Anim-Wright used the occasion to announce AUCC’s collaboration with an internationally-known Ghanaian author, poet, playwright and a former Minister of Education, AmAtAidoo and gave a hint of plans to launcthAmAtAidoCentrfor CreativWriting in March, 2017.

    The toast of the ceremony was young Miss Catherine Agbo Forson, who won the enviable Cal Bank award for the Overall Best Student in AUCC, Class of 2016. She also won the Penplusbytes Award for the Overall Best Student Kojo Yankah School of Communication Studies, Best student in strategic communication and the Okomfo Anokye Award for Best Student in Africana Studies. Other awardees include:

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Best Development Communication Student

    Dennis Adjei Boateng – Best Journalism Student

    Owiredu Thoedora Yayra – Best Visual & Digital Communication Student

    Merki Daniel Kwaku – Best Banking & Finance Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa – Best Human Resource Management Student

    Bello Asmawu – Best Marketing Student

    Adotey Roberta – Best Accounting Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa & Bello Asmawu – Best Student of the Sam E. Jonah School of Business

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Most Disciplined Student

    Goeffrey Opoku-Darko – Leadership & Excellence Award

     

     

     

     

  • AUCC HOLDS 13TH GRADUATION CEREMONY

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has held its 13th Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at its Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra.

    Delivering the keynote address at the event, on the theme “Building Peace through our Communication”, the founder of AUCC, Honourable Kojo Yankah said Ghanaians have no reason to expect any deadly violence to destabilize our country. The former Minister of State and former Member of Parliament explained that we have come a long way in our democratic experimentation to destroy the gains we have made. Citing a Somalian proverb which says: "If you can't resolve your problems in peace, you can't solve them in war", he reiterated the need for political actors to use dialogue to resolve issues.

    He went further to express the need for Africans to adopt Indigenous Approaches to Peace-building. He proposed a blend of the modern approaches to peace building with the Indigenous Approach to ensure that we lay solid foundations for resolving conflicts. “Cases that have been in official courts for years are resolved in a matter of days at the traditional courts. Why have we abandoned them?” he questioned.

    He revealed that it is not just jobs that we need in Ghana but rather SKILLS and ENTREPRENEURSHIP. “I believe there are a number of opportunities in Ghana hungry for solutions. The agricultural industry; the manufacturing sector; the educational sector; the service sector, and many others are all hungry for significant solution-oriented input. Small scale industries are badly needed. Vocational and technical skills are lacking. Leadership and Management Skills are in short supply”, he opined. Mr. Yankah in congratulating the graduates reminded them that “the path to success is not strewn with roses”, and charged them to look for opportunities begging for solutions and make the best out of it.

    Presenting a graduatinclaso43students- 13from thSaE. Jonah School of Businesan29frothKojYankaSchooof CommunicatioStudies, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright congratulated the fresh graduates for their hardwork and determination to acquire knowledge. Dr. Anim-Wright used the occasion to announce AUCC’s collaboration with an internationally-known Ghanaian author, poet, playwright and a former Minister of Education, AmAtAidoo and gave a hint of plans to launcthAmAtAidoCentrfor CreativWriting in March, 2017.

    The toast of the ceremony was young Miss Catherine Agbo Forson, who won the enviable Cal Bank award for the Overall Best Student in AUCC, Class of 2016. She also won the Penplusbytes Award for the Overall Best Student Kojo Yankah School of Communication Studies, Best student in strategic communication and the Okomfo Anokye Award for Best Student in Africana Studies. Other awardees include:

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Best Development Communication Student

    Dennis Adjei Boateng – Best Journalism Student

    Owiredu Thoedora Yayra – Best Visual & Digital Communication Student

    Merki Daniel Kwaku – Best Banking & Finance Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa – Best Human Resource Management Student

    Bello Asmawu – Best Marketing Student

    Adotey Roberta – Best Accounting Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa & Bello Asmawu – Best Student of the Sam E. Jonah School of Business

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Most Disciplined Student

    Goeffrey Opoku-Darko – Leadership & Excellence Award

     

     

     

     

  • AUCC HOLDS 13TH GRADUATION CEREMONY

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has held its 13th Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at its Discovery House campus at Adabraka, Accra.

    Delivering the keynote address at the event, on the theme “Building Peace through our Communication”, the founder of AUCC, Honourable Kojo Yankah said Ghanaians have no reason to expect any deadly violence to destabilize our country. The former Minister of State and former Member of Parliament explained that we have come a long way in our democratic experimentation to destroy the gains we have made. Citing a Somalian proverb which says: "If you can't resolve your problems in peace, you can't solve them in war", he reiterated the need for political actors to use dialogue to resolve issues.

    He went further to express the need for Africans to adopt Indigenous Approaches to Peace-building. He proposed a blend of the modern approaches to peace building with the Indigenous Approach to ensure that we lay solid foundations for resolving conflicts. “Cases that have been in official courts for years are resolved in a matter of days at the traditional courts. Why have we abandoned them?” he questioned.

    He revealed that it is not just jobs that we need in Ghana but rather SKILLS and ENTREPRENEURSHIP. “I believe there are a number of opportunities in Ghana hungry for solutions. The agricultural industry; the manufacturing sector; the educational sector; the service sector, and many others are all hungry for significant solution-oriented input. Small scale industries are badly needed. Vocational and technical skills are lacking. Leadership and Management Skills are in short supply”, he opined. Mr. Yankah in congratulating the graduates reminded them that “the path to success is not strewn with roses”, and charged them to look for opportunities begging for solutions and make the best out of it.

    Presenting a graduatinclaso43students- 13from thSaE. Jonah School of Businesan29frothKojYankaSchooof CommunicatioStudies, the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright congratulated the fresh graduates for their hardwork and determination to acquire knowledge. Dr. Anim-Wright used the occasion to announce AUCC’s collaboration with an internationally-known Ghanaian author, poet, playwright and a former Minister of Education, AmAtAidoo and gave a hint of plans to launcthAmAtAidoCentrfor CreativWriting in March, 2017.

    The toast of the ceremony was young Miss Catherine Agbo Forson, who won the enviable Cal Bank award for the Overall Best Student in AUCC, Class of 2016. She also won the Penplusbytes Award for the Overall Best Student Kojo Yankah School of Communication Studies, Best student in strategic communication and the Okomfo Anokye Award for Best Student in Africana Studies. Other awardees include:

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Best Development Communication Student

    Dennis Adjei Boateng – Best Journalism Student

    Owiredu Thoedora Yayra – Best Visual & Digital Communication Student

    Merki Daniel Kwaku – Best Banking & Finance Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa – Best Human Resource Management Student

    Bello Asmawu – Best Marketing Student

    Adotey Roberta – Best Accounting Student

    Adjeidu Eunice Fafa & Bello Asmawu – Best Student of the Sam E. Jonah School of Business

    Tetteh Fidel Yemo – Most Disciplined Student

    Goeffrey Opoku-Darko – Leadership & Excellence Award

     

     

     

     

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