It is incumbent on civil societies in Ghana to educate the people to desist from acts that endanger and shake the core survival of the society such as bushfires, ‘galamsey’, deforestation, pollution of water bodies, etc. These negative practices, according to his Lordship, have resulted in drought, lack of rainfall, outbreak of diseases, depletion of resources and poor socio-economic development in the country. These were contained in a talk delivered by His Lordship, Justice Yaw Appau, a Supreme Court Judge, at the CUCG on Thursday, 18th August, 2016.His Lordship was addressing participants from various institutions and a cross-section of the staff of the CUCG at the closing day of the... Read More
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* Academic Calendar (2016)
* Resit Exams Timetable ( 2016)
* Invigilators' Schedule ( 2016)
* Arrival of Freshmen & Women
- 2nd Sept., 2016