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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Over 20 Individuals Attempted Hacking UG MIS

Over 20 individuals have been arrested and are in the grips of the BNI for attempting to hack and change their grades in the MIS system. The Vice Chancellor of University of Ghana Prof. Ebenezer Oduro Owusu made this revelation at the University of Ghana Central Cafeteria where he observed the Palm Sunday with a student religious group.… Read More »

UG VC Inaugurates West Africa Marine Satellite Receiving Station

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu has inaugurated an ECOWAS Marine Satellite Receiving station located in the African Regional Postgraduate Programme in Insect Science of the University of Ghana. The inauguration lecture was held at the Centre for African Wetlands auditorium and was graced by various stakeholders in International maritime institutions, including… Read More »

Esidom administration makes an “F” in Policy fulfillment (PART 2) – LOPA Legon

Leadership, Openness & Peoples’ Accountability (LOPA Legon), a pressure group in the University of Ghana has reviewed the Esinam-led administration. The Esidom administration failed woefully by getting an overall score of 23.97% in the implementation of promised policies for the first half of being in office, being over 180 days. Under the University of Ghana’s grading system, such… Read More »

Esidom administration makes an “F” in Policy fulfillment (PART 1) – LOPA Legon

Leadership, Openness & Peoples’ Accountability (LOPA Legon), a pressure group in the University of Ghana has reviewed the Esinam-led administration. The Esidom administration failed woefully by getting an overall score of 23.97% in the implementation of promised policies for the first half of being in office, being over 180 days. Under the University of Ghana’s grading system, such… Read More »