A nine-member delegation from the Denkyira Traditional Council has paid a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah.
They were also accompanied by representatives of the Denkyira Development Association, including Mr. Kwabena Antwi-Konadu, Dominic Kofi Konadu and Richard Kwadwo Nyarko.
Leader of the delegation, Denkyira Ankobeahene, Nana Dr. Ntobonkyi III giving the reason behind the visit said, the Denkyira Kingdom recognizes the important role of University of Cape Coast in advancing the course of education and development of the country and thus found it prudent to call on the management of the school to find ways of extending its rich intellectual resource to benefit the people of Denkyira.
Nana Dr. Ntobonkyi III said it is their hope the university extends a satellite campus for their distant education programmes to benefit communities in the Denkyira Kingdom and allow more people in these communities access to university education.
Prof. Ampiah said the University is always open to any form of collaboration that seeks to facilitate the development of the country.
Nana Dr. Ntobonkyi III (left), Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah (middle) and Nana Barimah Siaw Panin II (Right)
The Registrar of the University, Mr. John Kofi Nyan, a research Fellow at the Institute of Education, Dr. Mike Boakye Yiadom and Dr. Abigail Opoku-Mensah with the School of Business joined the Vice Chancellor to welcome the delegation.
from left: Mr. John Kofi Nyan, Dr. Mike Boakye Yiadom and Dr. Abigail Opoku-Mensah
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