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Vice-Chancellor Hands Over 12 Salon Cars to UCC Staff

Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has presented 12 salon cars to staff of UCC

Documentation and Information Section -- Jun,5th
Vice-Chancellor Hands Over 12 Salon Cars to UCC Staff The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang presenting a key to Dr. (Mrs.) Linda Forde, a beneficiary.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has handed over the keys of 12 salon cars to staff of UCC at a short ceremony at the forecourt of the University Hospital.

The procurement of the cars was facilitated by the Director of UCC Health Services, Dr. K. K. Azeez from the Ministry of Health to be sold to staff on flexible payment terms.  

Presenting the cars to the beneficiaries, Prof. Naana Opoku-Agyemang expressed gratitude to Dr. Azeez and his team at the University Health Services for going beyond their mandate to meet the transportation needs of the entire staff of UCC. “The first presentation was motor bicycles and today, we are witnessing the presentation of cars to staff which I believe should be commended by all, she added”

The Vice-Chancellor advised the beneficiaries to adhere strictly to the road traffic laws in order to preserve their lives and the cars.

Comments

what an honour to the staff

congratulations, i hope your work is now more easier

commendation

the management of UCC hospital has done a yow man's job and i hope this will bring about a tremendous improvement health delivery.

good news

that sounds so great. thanks to Dr. Azeez. doc you are too much

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