KNH Celebrates 19 Years

The Kwame Nkrumah Hall (KNH) has celebrated its 19 years with a call on the Hall to partner entrepreneurs so as to create wealth for the Hall. A former head of the Department of Conservation Biology and Entomology, Prof. Peter Kwapong, made the call at a durbar to mark the 19th anniversary of the Hall. The Week-long celebration was on the theme " Celebrating 19 Years of Excellence, Achievements and Way Forward". He said there were numerous opportunities to partner the private sector and create wealth and an enabling environment in the Hall. Prof. Kwapong, who is a former Hall Master of the Hall, advised students to be humble to their lecturers and guardians so they become responsible leaders in future. He called on students to be law-abiding and respectful to people in authority in order to command respect as future role models. Prof. Kwapong urged the Hall to surmount the challenges it was facing into opportunities. He praised the Hall Council and the Hall executives for their remarkable achievements. He charged the Hall not to compromise on its well acclaimed status as “hall of excellence”. For his part, the Hall Master, Mr. Adukpo, expressed gratitude to the staff and students of the Hall. He charged them to be guided by the Hall core values of discipline, hard work and accountability. He used the occasion to catalogue some of the projects of the Hall, including an ultramodern security gate at the main entrance of the Hall and a water treatment plant. He lauded the efforts of the sportsmen and women in the Hall. The Hall President, Mr. Peter Tetteh, expressed gratitude to the Hall Council for its support to the Hall executives. He extolled the remarkable achievements the Hall had chalked during his presidency. Mr. Tetteh called on students to take their studies seriously and work hard to take up positions of trust in society. The Director of Internal Audit, Mr. Emmanuel P. Owusu, who chaired the function, commended the cooperation between the Hall Council and the Hall executives.