The institute of distance education UDS has opened entry for the 2019/20 academic year.
The institute of distance education is taking entries for prospective students to read courses in Diploma in Basic Education, Early Childhood, Post Diploma Courses etc.
For application forms and other necessary processes to follow in order to apply, please contact Mr Jonathan Samari on 0244674678.
FORMER ARSRC PRESIDENT CONTESTS FOR KUMASI METRO NASPA PRESIDENT.
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.
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.
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.
FRIMPS FOUNDATION FEEDS OVER 500 ORPHANS.
Frimps foundation owned by a student of university of Ghana called Frimpong Ebenezer gathered the little he had to put smiles on the face of orphans at Perfect Peace Orphanage Home in Kumasi Sobolo, close to Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
He fed over 500 children by giving them fried rice, drinks, water. He ate with them to show his love for the kids. The foundation also donated 6 cement bags for them to complete Walls around the house. An undisclosed amount of money was delivered to them.
The kids were so happy to see not any big man but a student who could have joined his friends for outings and others but rather decided to put smiles on their faces.
The children thanked him, the owner of the school took the opportunity to thank him and asked for more support from philanthropists, government and private individuals to come to their aid.
By Snr Lofty
Ghanaian Named In BBC List Of 100 Most Influential Women
A Ghanaian metal worker Ruth Medufia has been named in the British Broadcasting Corporation’s (BBC) list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2018.
A brief biography about Ruth, describes her as a female welder who lives in an urban slum community and aspires to be a role model for young women in the construction industry.
Ranging in age from 15 to 94, and from more than 60 countries, the BBC 100 Women list includes leaders, trailblazers and everyday heroes.
The BBC will use their life stories to explore a variety of themes, including using anger to spark action and uncovering women from the shadows of history.
“Some will be telling us about what they will be putting in the Freedom Trash Can – our digital bin for all the items women feel hold them back,” the BBC said in a statement.
“Others will bring us stories of achievement against the odds – from the British woman who used her jail time to create an inspiring business, to the Afghan girl who was almost swapped for a boy”.