Chancellor of Presbyterian University, Ghana Calls of Vice-Chancellor

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The Chancellor of the Presbyterian University, Ghana (PUG), Rt. Rev. Prof. Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante called on the new Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor John Ofosu-Anim in his office at the Okwahu Campus to congratulate him on his appointment which took effect from the 1st of August, 2023.

Rt. Rev. Prof. J. O. Y. Mante, who is the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana assured the Vice-Chancellor of full support from the Church to ensure the University’s development is not stalled.  

(From right to left:) Rt. Rev. Prof. Mante, Prof. Ofosu-Anim, Mr. John Adarkwa and Rev. William Ameka.

The Chancellor made a personal donation to the University in support of its projects noting that contributions from individuals would immensely sustain the infrastructural development of the institution.

The Vice-Chancellor of PUG, on behalf of the Management of the University thanked the moderator for the kind gesture and assured the Chancellor to put the donation into good use.

Prof. John Ofosu-Anim thanked the University Council and the PCG for his appointment pledging to pursue the vision he presented to the Search Committee and the General Assembly Council of the PCG to the latter to propel the University to greater heights.

(From extreme left:) Rev. Frank Adu, Prof. Frank S. Arku, Rt. Rev. Prof. Mante, Prof. Ofosu-Anim, Mr John Adarkwah and Rev. William Ameka.

The Vice-Chancellor stressed the need to improve the relationship between the University and the Presbyterian Church of Ghana during his tenure for the benefit of both institutions.

Prof. Ofosu-Anim expressed gratitude for the sustained support from the Church that led to the completion of the Graduate block at the Akuapem Campus and the Premier hostel at the Okwahu Campus.

Present at the meeting were the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Frank Arku, Mr John Adarkwa, the Acting Registrar and Director of Finance, Rev. Dr. Frank Adu, the University Chaplain and Rev. William Ameka, the Personal Assistant to the Moderator of the General Assembly of the PCG.     

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