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“Corruption Crippling The Nation” - Oti Boateng


“Corruption Crippling The Nation” - Oti Boateng

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Daasebre Professor Emeritus Oti Boateng, Omanhene of the New Juaben Traditional Area, has said corruption in all sectors of the economy was crippling the nation.

He said the situation should be a concern to all well-meaning-Ghanaians and help fight the social canker before it got out of hand.

“We should on no account compromise on these corrupt practices because the corrupt tendencies are killing this nation gradually,” he said.

Daasebre Oti Boateng said this when he chaired the 12th graduation ceremony of the All Nations University College (ANU) in Koforidua on Saturday.

He said the situation could be controlled if every Ghanaian especially professionals learn to do away with self aggrandizements.

Professor William Otu Ellis, the Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), commended the university on its infrastructural development, the number of programmes on offer, programme content and richness, systems, research output, students’ numbers and social status.

He also commended the University for establishing a tradition to organize two graduation ceremonies in a year just as the KNUST does in an attempt to award certificates to students who complete their course of study.

Professor Ellis said tertiary education the world over was undergoing transformation and one’s ability to adapt and master soft skills could determine the success or otherwise of one’s endeavours. He urged the university to use the formative years to develop all internal structures so that when they attained the status of a full university it would find itself adequately prepared to run its own affairs.

Dr Samuel Donkor, President and Founder of the ANU, said the university was celebrating another achievement of innovation, excellence and quality higher education and promised to continue to strive for excellence in teaching and research in business, engineering and technology.

He said the All Nations University was excelling beyond expectations, with all programmes enjoying full accreditation by the National Accreditation Board and would continue to place emphasis on academic excellence in a Christ-centered environment focusing on total personality development.

Dr Donkor said research remained a vital national and global prosperity, adding that it was an important indicator of the commitment of a university towards revitalizing communities.

Ms Helen Adwoa Ntoso, the Eastern Regional Minister, said the government was highly concerned about challenges of private universities, hence the step to task the Ghana Education Trust Fund to come out with modalities for supporting private tertiary institutions in the country. A total of 243 students graduated.

Source: GNA



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