Security Section Lifts Staff Games Trophy

The Security Section has defeated College of Humanities and Legal Studies (CHLS) 1-0 in the finals to lift this year's Staff Games Competition. The competition, which was organised by the Sports Section, was aimed at keeping staff members of the University fit. Hundreds of spectators thronged the venue to cheer their respective teams on to a resounding victory. Ussif Issah's 17th minute strike made the difference to enable the Security Section to carry the day. As winners for the competition, the Security Section team took home a trophy, football and a set of hose and jerseys, while CHLS received a trophy and a set of hose and jerseys. Sam Jonah Library came third and went home with a trophy and a set of Jerseys. All other participating teams also received undisclosed packages from the organisers. In his address, the Provost of the College of Distance Education, Prof. Isaac Galyuon, who chaired the competition, congratulated the Security Section on their victory and commiserated with the losers. He commended the Sports Section for instituting the games to keep staff members strong and healthy. Prof. Galyuon, who presented the magnificent trophy to the winners, advised the Security Section not to be complacent but to train harder to retain the trophy next year. He called on other participating teams to redouble their efforts so as to achieve similar feat. Dr. Charles Domfeh, Chairman of Sports and Recreation Committee, expressed gratitude to all the teams for their sterling performance in the competition. He thanked the officials, players and supporters for exhibiting high sense of discipline throughout the competition.