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ECOWAS HALL WEEK SET TO HIT UDS WITH A BLAST.

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ECOWAS HALL WEEK SET TO HIT UDS WITH A BLAST

 

I have been a keen observer of various hall week celebrations at UDS Nav. Campus. These activities help bring some life to campus aside the routine lectures and exam. I observed Navoro Hall Weeks, Savanna and Ecowas Hall but I see this year’s Ecowas Hall Week celebration is going to be different from any Hall Week celebration I have witnessed so far.

Before I tell you all why I think is going to be different, let’s look at something small about Ecowas Hall. Ecowas Hall is an all male hall at the University for Development Studies Navrongo Campus. It was established in 2003. Red is their color, they are known as THE BULLS, they also respond to POWER which has been in existence since 1998. They are members of the Profane Association of West Africa(PAWA) which is made up of Continentals from Unity Hall, Vandals from Commonwealth Hall, Mariners from Atlantic Hall, Bobo Kingdom from UPSA and Power from Ecowas Hall. Their core values are Unity and Bravery. Some of their outstanding celebrations are Aboakyire, Poyongo’s Traditional Walk and Hall Festival.

Now not to bore you at all, that was necessary. Why will this year’s celebration be different from what has happened in the past? Good, for the first time ever, there will be an OFFICIAL HOMECOMING for all BULLS of old with arrangements made for their transportation to campus and lodging amongst others.
The current leadership of the Hall under the auspices of the Hall President Baka Kwaku Daniel and the Hall Executives dubbed the Homecoming and Hall Week Celebration “ET REDITUS” under the theme “RECUPERATTING INTO PROJECTED NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH EDUCATION RELIGION AND TRADITION” .
Now let me try and give you what I see from this. The Bulls of old will return and on their return they are going to help lift ECOWAS POWER to a different level of development through public lectures and strengthening of their religious beliefs.

 

Having observed the wild celebrations in the absence of the Bulls of old, your guess is as good as mine. This will be 10x wilder and you can’t miss this if you are around. I won’t be surprised if I see our PAWA Boys the various institutions joining in the celebration. Don’t be left out, save the date. 11th -18th February 2018 at UDS NAV. Campus. I know for sure everywhere will be painted RED.

By Kwame Jnr, Campusradar

 

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FORMER ARSRC PRESIDENT CONTESTS FOR KUMASI METRO NASPA PRESIDENT.

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Former Ashanti Regional Students’ Representative Council(ARSRC) President, for the 2013/2014 academic year submits forms at the desk of the National Service Secretariat(NSS) concerning his intentions of running for NASPA President(Kumasi Metro).

Kwame Jnr. Essumang is a selfless, dedicated and determined young man who seeks nothing save working harder in making our world better in any way he can. His altruistic attitude can be traced way back to the time he was the house prefect in Prempeh College through to the time he became the President of the ARSRC.

Kwame Jnr. Essumang with other executives of the ARSRC(2013/2014).

He became the first house prefect at the local SRC level to contest and also win the seat of Presidency at the Regional level. His unparalleled style of selfless leadership earned him an award as the Outstanding Regional Executive of the 2013/2014 year group.

Following up to he gaining admission at the University, he established himself as one of the best wordsmith, public speaker and debater. The university still celebrates his skills. As a member of the Debate Society, Kwame Jnr showcased an unflagging zeal as member of the Debate Society of the UDS-Navrongo Campus. His drive to work wholeheartedly won him the affection of many as he was voted for as the Public Relations Officer and later President of the Debate Society in two different administrations.

Kwame Jnr. Essumang aspires to be the next NASPA President(Kumasi Metro).

He dreams of a nation and a world that is not deficient of the power of a better synergy; people forgoing race, tribe, religion, culture and other forms of differences, working hand in hand to move the nation and the world as a whole to a better level. A scaffolding approach where everyone achieves more for being part of the team.

He believes that his dream is achievable and sees his aspiration to being the NASPA President a steppingstone in making it a reality.

With the kind of experience he has under his sleeves in leadership, Kumasi Metro NASPA will be the beacon of Ashanti Region and Ghana should the good people of NASPA Kumasi Metro vote him into power.

Soon we will follow up on this story and bring you more information about who he is and achievements as a leader and what he has to offer at the Kumasi Metro should he win.

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UDS 22ND MATRICULATION CEREMONY

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The joyous moment, knowing you will be officially admitted into a university. This was written boldly on the faces of all freshers as the gravitated towards the school auditorium with high speed (laughter).

 

On the 12th of October, 2019, the class of 2023 were officially matriculated.
This ceremony has actually taken place on all UDS campuses.

Before the ceremony began, Ecowas Hall and Savannah hall were with full energy as they walk the resident freshers of the hall. As a matter of fact, it was the first time seeing Ecowas Hall and Savannah Hall having ” JAMA” together. It was all love.

 

As early as 8am the Principal together with his subordinates processed in. After the procession the school anthem was sung
A prayer was offered by the various religious groups on campus, the Christians and the Muslims.
The Deans and their associates were also introduced.
Meanwhile, the registrar was represented by the campus officer.
Before the matriculants sworn the oath, the principal delivered a speech.

Upon his delivery, he congratulates the matriculants on the day.
He stated that, the matriculation marks the end of admission and the formal admission into the school.
You need to know the reason for coming to school and the need to achieve that purpose. He said.

In his submission, all admitted candidates were admitted upon certain merits. Addressing the congregation, this year had an increase in application, a total of 19,183 of which 9, 479 was admitted.
Prof. Luguterah, the Navrongo Campus principal went on further that, out of the total 9,479, 51.9% were males and 48.26% were females. This has shown a significant increase in female applicants and admission.
This admission include student into the faculty of mathematical sciences, faculty of applied sciences and faculty of earth and environmental sciences.

Furthermore, he ensured the matriculants that, security and safety on campus will be regulated to ensure the safety and lives of students on campus. Addressing the issue of the campus’ lighting system.
On the issue of sex for grades which was aired few days ago, showing some lecturers indulging in the acts, of which he the principal strongly stand against. He stated clearly that the management of the school will not take it lightly with any senior member of the university seen or caught indulging in such act. We further cautioned the matriculants to be very careful,as not to fall victim.
Before ending his speech, he announced that, the school would be renamed very soon as it attain autonomy.

He advises the matriculants to be good students and welcomes them to the UNIVERSITY FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES.

As at 11am the matriculation ceremony was brought to an end after which the campus officer sworn every faculty into the school.

Another journey for the freshers, and we wish them all the best!

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UG VANDALS THREATEN TO STAGE DEMO

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Students of the University of Ghana’s Commonwealth Hall have threatened to embark on an intellectual walk should government fail to take action on their demands on issues of accommodation in the university.

Addressing the press on the perennial accommodation challenges facing the University, the JCR President of the hall, Prince Lumor acknowledged the Vice-Chancellor and the Government of Ghana’s response to their petitions, but demanded that further actions should be taken to address the issues raised in the document.

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“We the members of the commonwealth hall Junior Common Room will be forced to go on an intellectual walk to drum home our concerns which otherwise should be the concerns of government and other relevant stakeholders. The passion to serve is accompanied by the desire to resolve issues and we shall implore every means to attain a positive result”.
Plans by Management of the University of Ghana to reintroduce a fresher’s first residential policy have also been met with stiff opposition by students of the Hall.

The JCR president urged the University to rather focus on partnering with private investors to construct hostels to augment existing ones.

“This proposal is intended to address the accommodation crisis on campus, we want to believe that this is just a mere rumor and does not contain any iota of truth but if it does then we humbly appeal that it should be aborted at its embryonic stage. This is because we do not understand why management will be tempted to think that when there are accommodation issues on campus, the best alternative solution is to displace the current students who are bonafide stakeholders of the university and make provision for those who are yet to become members of the University. We want to strongly suggest that the University of Ghana management discard such a thought from the very conception stage”

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The University of Ghana has been battling with accommodation crisis in recent years with the situation getting worse each year.

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