The Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu’s Green Project’s planting subcommittee will be meeting Student’s Green Campus Project subcommittee as well as other student leaders and other interested students in furtherance of his Green Campus Project launched last academic year.
The meeting which is scheduled for Monday December 11th at the Conference Room of the Students Union Building at 3:00pm will expect student leaders; departmental, JCR, Religious associations, clubs and societal leaders, student activists as well other interested students to come together towards generating ideas to support the initiative.
The Green Campus Project committee’s tree planting students subcommittee comprises of the SRC Vice President Moses Baafi Acheampong, Joseph Adjei Darkwah who is the speaker of the SRC General Assembly, Castin Boakye, a Deputy SRC committee Head and Emmanuel Gyasi, SRC Projects and Programs Committee Head. The others are Dare Samuel Akinrodoye, Head of sports council, Jennifer Tutor, Women’s Commissioner Sports Council and Mensah Suleman representatives of the Sports Council.
Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu, the Director of sports directorate and head of subcommittee for tree planting in partnership with the Dean of Students Affairs, SRC and Sports Council are partnering to organize this consultative meeting. All student leaders and the general student populace are entreated to be present to share ideas towards achieving the aims of this initiative. Interested students are to register their participation through the office of the Projects and Programs Committee of the SRC via the following contacts by December 7th:
Emmanuel Gyasi: 0269486270
Castin Boakye: 0550015336
As part of the Vice-Chancellor’s vision to position University of Ghana as a “go to University”, Strategic Teams have been set up and tasked with the responsibility of coming up with strategies that would advance this vision with Green Campus Project expected to plant trees, maintain the greenery on campus and protect nature on campus.