Calvin Gyasi

I am a graduate of the University of Ghana studying Animal Biology and Conservation Science. I love writing and reporting events. A classically trained violinist and an analytical thinker I am. i am also A budding microbiologist.

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UGSRC Prez Congratulates UGPH On Winning Debate

The University of Ghana SRC President, Mr. Daniel Otting Awuah has congratulated the University of Ghana Parliament House for winning the Inter-tertiary Debate Competition held at the Balme library yesterday   The University of Ghana Parliament House(UGPH) under the auspices of the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) and the US Embassy hosted the Inter-tertiary debate on the premises… Read More »

Young people and Survival; The harm you do.

Enoch Weguri writes: The immense importance of the young people anywhere is a fact no one can dispute. Young people are the future as well as the most active of world population and the dominant age group in Ghana. Ghana has adopted the African Union’s definition of young people which regards persons from the age of 15 to… Read More »

Who Is To Be Blamed?

Daakyehene Gerald writes: My laptop is resting on my laps in front of the balm library and it is exactly 4:42 A.M. I shake my head and I noticed that a number of glitches that are plaguing our tertiary institutions float my mind. For a moment I asked myself, who is to be blamed? Is it the government?… Read More »

LANMMA National Service Personnel Donate to Madina Kekele Polyclinic

The 2016 National Service Personnel Association (NASPA) of the La Nkwantanang-Madina Municipal Assembly (LANMMA) in the Greater Accra Region has made a donation of assorted medical equipment to the Madina Kekele Polyclinic. This donation comes at the time when the National Service Personnel are in their August annual leave and are waiting for their certificates. The items donated… Read More »

Death Trap On UG Campus – Mensah Sarbah Hall

University of Ghana has over the past few months recorded cases of death of students – Some of which were reported to have been suicides, accidents and health complications. Unfortunately, the University populace would be welcoming a few more deaths in the next few days all because of the negligence. After a careful review of the state of… Read More »

KNUST to Run Degree Programmes for Nurses

Published: 06 Jul 2017 Source: University Relations Office (URO) To further improve the partnership between training institutions under the Ministry of Health (MoH) and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), the University has advanced plans to nurture some health training institutions to run top-up degree programmes for diploma holders. Professor Kwasi Obiri-Danso, Vice-Chancellor, revealed this at… Read More »

National Service Personnel to Receive 520.59 Cedis in June

National Service Personnel Nationwide are to expect a 30 Ghana cedis deduction from their allowances this month. The 30 cedis deduction was birthed at a mini congress held in Kumasi held by National Executives of the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA) and has been seconded by the National Service secretariat, Mr. Mustapha Usif. According to the NASPA executives,… Read More »

Open Letter To The UGSRC President

Kwaku Asante writes: Dear Daniel Otting Awuah, Good day and I trust you are doing well. I was present at your inauguration and I must say your Inaugural address was on point. But this day I write to you to elicit some information with respect to fees for the upcoming academic year. Already, on some WhatsApp platforms that… Read More »