Cucg Alumni Executives Inducted Into Office

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Daniels Obeng-Ofori has administered the Oath of Office and inducted Executives of the CUCG alumni into office in a short ceremony during a Thanksgiving Mass at the weekend on campus at Fiapre-Sunyani. The thanksgiving Mass climaxed the 2017 CUCG Alumni Homecoming Celebrations.

Mr. Emmanuel Taa-Amoako, (E&BA Class of 2008) was elected and inducted into office as the President of the CUCG Alumni Association for the next three years. Mr. Frank Tetteh (ICST Class of 2008) was elected and inducted as Vice-President.

The other members of the executives inducted into office include:
Mr. Isaac Appiah Amankwa (E&BA Class of 2009) General Secretary
Mr. Richard Afotey, (E&BA Class of 2015) Deputy General Secretary
Ms. Eunice Dorgbetor (E&BA Class of 2009) Financial Secretary
Mr. Asafo Adjei Anning (E&BA Class of 2014) Deputy Financial Secretary
Mr. Aaron Musah (ICST Class of 2015) Alumni Officer

The Executives pledged their commitment and readiness to dedicate their time, resources and energies into making the Alumni Association a viable and active body in the growth and development of the University College.

In his acceptance address, Mr. Emmanuel Taa-Amoako emphasized the need for all alumni to come on-board to engage in fruitful dialogue in steering the affairs of the Alumni Association to provide the necessary support for the mother institution. He charged on the students to develop a new appreciation and orientation for the Catholic University College.
Mr. Taa-Amoako urged the students not to look at the negative side of the things they go through in the four corners of the university. However, they should see the positive side of the quality and integrated education that CUCG promotes in order to position them for a brighter future.

The Vice-Chancellor congratulated and urged the Alumni Executives to effectively coordinate the activities of the alumni with principal focus on promoting and rebranding the Catholic University College. He assured them of the University's readiness to assist, co-operate and dialogue with in the best interest of the institution, students and the alumni alike.

Rev. Fr. Dr. Philip Amankwa-Danquah, in a homily, advised the faithful at the Thanksgiving Mass to do a soul-searching reflection by asking themselves whether they were at the right place where God created them to function efficiently. He gave the scenario of the dialogue that ensued between a baby camel and mother camel. In effect, the baby camel then asked, "If that was what we were created with to be in the dessert, then why are we here in a cage at the Zoo."

We, as Christians and Catholics, should find out whether where we are, what we are doing and where we want to be really reflect the purpose for which God has created us.

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