The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, has inaugurated a Garden which will serve as recreational facility for Adehye Hall.
Prof. Ampiah commended Adehye Hall for putting up the beautiful edifice and called on other halls to also emulate. “Adehye has set the pace and the University will take inspiration from what you have done and create more gardens on campus,” he assured. He congratulated the management of Adehye for thinking about the welfare of students.
In her address, the Hall Warden, Ms. Paulina Kwafoa, said management of the Hall created the garden to provide students with a recreational facility within the hall.
“A bit of exposure to nature will make a positive impact in their academics, social and emotional wellbeing. She said. “We believe our students should not use their rooms and Junior Common Rooms for resting and receiving of visitors,” she explained.
Ms. Kwafoa said that students could have group discussions, receive and entertain their visitors. She also indicated that the facility would be rented out for programmes during the semester break. She assured of the hall’s preparedness to keep the garden in good shape at all times to contribute to the vision of Adehye to produce women of substance.
The function was chaired by the Dean of Students' Affairs, Prof. Koawo Edjah.