NIB Supports IEPA Alumni Homecoming

The National Investment Bank (NIB) has donated a cheque for 15, 000 to support the Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) Alumni Homecoming. Presenting the cheque to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, the Cape Coast Branch Manager of NIB, Mr. John Kwame Fosu, said the bank received a request for sponsorship from the Office of the Vice-Chancellor to support the programme. He said though the request came late, they managed to organise the amount within the shortest possible time due to the bank’s long lasting relationship with the University. Mr. Fosu seized the opportunity to congratulate the Vice-Chancellor on his appointment and wished him well as he steers the affairs of the University. He assured the Vice-Chancellor that the NIB would not renege on its commitment to deepen its strong relationship with UCC. Receiving the cheque on behalf of IEPA, Prof. Ampiah thanked NIB for their swift response to the request. He was optimistic that relationship between the Bank and UCC would continue to open more avenues for the two parties to benefit from each other. The Cape Coast Manager of NIB was accompanied by Mrs. Queensland Elizabeth Nunoo, who is the Head of Marketing /Credit. Present were the Registrar, Mr. John Kofi Nyan; Dr. Janet Koomson a lecturer at IEPA, Mrs. Alberta Konadu Owusu, Assistant Registrar, IEPA and Mrs. Georgina Asi Owusu, Senior Assistant, Office of the Vice-Chancellor.