The Vice-Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Prof. Johnson Nyarko Boampong,has paid a surprise visit to Prof. S. K. Adjepong, a former Vice-Chancellor of the University.

The visit was part of the agenda of the Vice-Chancellor, who took office in 2020, to visit his predecessors.

Prof. Boampong, who was in final year at UCC during the tenure of Prof. Adjepong, used the occasion to present an undisclosed amount of money and assorted food items to the former Vice-Chancellor.

He was happy that Prof. Adjepong was in good health and wished him well.

Final-year students of the Department of Vocational and Technical Education (VoTEC) have been advised to monetise the skills and knowledge gained from their field of training.

The Board Chairman of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) Enterprise, Prof. Kwaku Enning, who gave the advice, implored the students to take the entrepreneurial skills acquired from the Department seriously to set up their own businesses and desist from the attitude of searching for non-existent jobs after school.


Traditional authorities have been called on to support government in the country’s fight against illegal mining, colloquially known as “galamsey”. This appeal was made by a Historian of Ghana and the Environment at the University of Cape Coast, Prof. Kwame Osei Kwarteng.

The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has out doored the country’s first integrated data repository, the Statistics Bank (StatsBank). The platform is to empower policy makers, professionals and students to ensure that data-driven decision-making become more inclusive and widespread across the country.