Private Universities Students' Association holds congress
Accra, Sept. 15, GNA - The Ninth Annual National Delegates congress of the Private Universities Students' Association of Ghana (PUSAG) takes off on Wednesday, September 16 - September 20, at the Valley View University (VVU) at Oyibi.
The congress would host delegates from accredited private universities across the country who would elect leaders to steer the affairs of the association for an academic year.
A statement issued by Mr Mohammed Sukparu Adams, the National President, PUSAG and copied to the Ghana News Agency on Tuesday said the event would be on the theme: 'Raising Critical and Problem -Solving Leaders to Impact Generations, The Role of Private Universities.'
Mr Adams said the meeting would also be used to launch the PUSAG Associate, which would act as an advisory board to the student group.
The statement said the congress would be addressed by Professor Dr Daniel Buor, Vice Chancellor of VVU, Dr Joyce Aryee, Founder of Salt and Light Ministry/ PUSAG Patron, Mr Samuel Okudzato Ablakwa, Deputy Minister of Education in-charge of Tertiary
The rest are Professor Kwesi Yankah, President, Council of Independent Universities, Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo, Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hajia Hanatu Abubakar, Founder of Al-Hayaat Foundation, and Maame Yeboah of Utv Fame.
Other activities lined up for the congress include entrepreneurial seminar, relationship talk, health talk on hepatitis B and cervical cancer and a fitness walk.