Announcement

Ajumako Hall Week Celebration

Ajumako Hall wishes to inform the University Community that its Hall Week Celebration is scheduled as follows:

Date:    15th to 19th March, 2017

Venue: Ajumako Campus

Note:

This year’s hall week is going to be celebrated in grand style. Interesting and Educative activities scheduled for the week are as follows:

  • Inter level  soccer
  • Debates
  • Float
  • Clean up exercise
  • Dinner and  lots more

Sponsors

The Department of History and Political Science Education Seminar Series

Invitation to our Wednesday Seminar Series to be presented by Dr. Edward Abaka (University of Miami).

Topic: "Merchants, Carriers, Soldiers, and Educators: The Hausa Diaspora in Ghana (Asante and the Gold Coast ), 1860 - 1960"

Date: 15th March, 2017.

Time: 3:30 - 5:00 pm(GMT)

Chair: Dr. Briama A. Imurana (University of Education, Winneba)

Venue: Departmental Reading Room,LT 306

ABSTRACT:

Soundflames

The Departmennt of Music Education presents Shasha Marley in a live Music Workshop and Performance.

Date: Thursday, 16th March, 2017.

Venue: Central Campus, UEW

Time: 7:00pm

Host Band: - UEW Dance Band

The Witch of Mopti - Mohammed B. Abdallah

SYNOPSIS

All is set for the historical grand wedding between the king of mopti and Fanta,a fisherman’s daughter. Maimuna, the witch of Mopti is fighting relentlessly for the newly installed king of Mopti to marry her daughter instead of Fanta. Maimuna uses her powerful witch craft to cast curses on the King and also uses her witchcraft to pollute the well from which the people of the community  gets their source of drinking water.

She does this due to the Kings refusal to adhere to her demands  and decides to choose his own wife.

GROUP COUNSELLING LISTS NOTICE

The Counselling Centre wishes to inform all students that, Group Counselling sessions start from Tuesday, 7th March, 2017.

Counsellors will fix his/her own convenient meeting schedule to enable smooth running of the Group Counselling sessions.   Student should make their cell phone available for easy contact by their Counsellors.

Sessions & Facilitators 

Training of First Aiders

The Counselling Centre is recruiting  students who want to offer assistance to their colleagues in emergency cases in the halls and hostels as First Aiders.

All interested students will serve as backup to assist in Counselling service.  They will give First Aid to distress students in the Halls/Hostels during the night or weekends when the Centre is not operating.   

Criteria for Selection of First Aiders