A delegation from the General Assembly (GA) of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG), led by Rev. Dr. A. N. Opare Kwakye paid a courtesy call on the Management of the Presbyterian University, Ghana (PUG) at the Okwahu Campus of the University.
Rev. Dr. Opare Kwakye formally congratulated the Vice-Chancellor of PUG on his appointment and invited the University to the 23rd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, scheduled for 16th to 20th August, 2023 at Ramseyer Training Centre, Abetifi-Kwahu, in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Prof. John Ofosu-Anim explaining a point to the delegation at the meeting. (Sitting in the middle) leader of the delegation, Rev. Dr. A. N. Opare Kwakye
The GA delegation congratulated the University for the 7th ranked best University in Ghana (Private) in the latest World Ranking of Universities expressing the hope that the University will improve its position in the next ranking.
The delegation also encouraged the University to work hard to increase the number of Graduate programmes running; improve communication and efficiency of its application process and systems; and extend its outreach programmes to more Senior High Schools in the country and beyond.
The leader of the delegation, Rev. Dr. Opare Kwakye said the Church was proud of the strides made by the University over the years and assured the Management of the Church’s support in building an institution of excellence.
The delegation and members of the Presbyterian University, Ghana Management team in a group photograph
The Vice-Chancellor of PUG, Prof. John Ofosu-Anim thanked the Church for the immense support over the years stressing that the University needs continuous support to realise PUG’s vision.
Prof. Ofosu-Anim pledged to deepen the relationship between the PCG and the University. He informed the delegation that the University has submitted a number of Graduate programmes to the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission for accreditation hoping to receive approval before the close of the year.
He expressed gratitude to the PUG Management for the support he has received since assuming office on 1st August, 2023.