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Faculty of Law, Legon Campus

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Congregation Great Hall | Friday 8 November, 2013 | 9am & 2pm

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Welcome to all our Graduating Students and Families To all the parents, guardians, friends and well-wishers of our graduating students, gathered here to celebrate the achievements of our graduands, we are happy to welcome you all to our second Congregation for students who completed their programme of study in the 2012/13 academic year. For many of you today will bring mixed emotions considering that most of you entered the University of Ghana barely out of your teens. Many of you may also be the first in your families to graduate from an institution of higher learning. We honour you for having the courage to dream. In the four years or so that you have been at the University, you have gone through many challenges that comes with the pursuit of university education. Some of these no doubt have made you resilient. Today you have become the confident young men and women who are graduating today. Congratulations! Congregation marks a high point on the University’s academic calendar. Each congregation ceremony is unique and special to us as it presents us with the opportunity to send out our graduating students in this formal manner. It is a time of joy; it is also a time for sober reflection on the past and what the future holds in store for you as you make important decisions on your next steps. As students you have strengthened and enriched our academic community, and it is a pleasure to share with you the joy of this celebration. We hope that all our graduating students will look back on their time at the University of Ghana and will feel proud to be associated with the premier University of national and international repute. We trust that wherever you find yourselves, you will be good ambassadors of the University, and give a good account of the academic, moral and social training you have received during your time here. We are proud to send you out to be a part of the wider international community of University of Ghana graduates and join the numerous alumni who continue to contribute to the greatness, excellence and overall success of this University.


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Remember, your accomplishments today will undoubtedly inspire those who come after you. You the members of the graduating class, your parents, guardians, teachers and administrators have all sacrificed so much to make this day possible. As we gather today to celebrate your academic achievements, we are also honouring those who have supported you - family, friends, and loved ones. We hope you will take back with you, memories of this special day and see it as a fitting finale to years of hard work and sacrifice. Congratulations on graduating from the University of Ghana!

His Excellency



Mr. Kofi Annan

Dr. Samuel K. Date-Bah

Ernest Aryeetey


Chairman of Council


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Other Officers Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Academic & Student Affairs) Professor E. Kweku Osam

Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research, Innovation & Development) Professor John Owusu Gyapong

Registrar Mrs. Mercy Haizel-Ashia

University Librarian Professor Edwin E. Badu 6

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Order of Proceedings Friday 8 Nov. 2013, 9am Procession (The Congregation is asked to stand) National Anthem Welcome/Declaration of Purpose: Justice Dr. S.K. Date-Bah, Chairman of Council Vice-Chancellor’s Address: Prof. Ernest Aryeetey, Vice-Chancellor Congregation Speaker: Mr. Kweku Bedu-Addo, CEO, Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Ltd. Conferment of degrees: Presentation of graduands from • School of Public Health • School of Allied Health Sciences • Faculty of Law • College of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences Valedictory Address: Mr. Elikem Essouassi Chairman of Council dissolves Congregation University Anthem Recession: Council Convocation (The Congregation is asked to remain seated until all officials and graduands have left the Hall.) University of Ghana


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r. Bedu-Addo, Chief Executive Officer of the Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Ltd, is an alumnus of the University of Ghana, obtaining his Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Economics in 1990. He also holds a Masters Degree in Economic Policy Management from Columbia University, New York (1996). He has worked in the areas of public policy, international development and Banking & Finance. In his early years, he worked in the Policy Analysis Division of Ghana’s Ministry of Finance, from 1990 to 1997, and had a brief stint with The World Bank in Washington D.C in 1996 where he worked as an intern in the Eastern Africa


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Department under The World Bank-Japan Joint Fellowship Program. He joined the private sector in 1998 as a Financial Analyst at General Leasing & Finance Company Ltd. and later joined Standard Chartered Bank in 2000. In 2007, he was named as one of the 22 global recipients of the Standard Chartered Bank Group’s prestigious Wholesale Bank Star Awards and later that year, he was appointed a Director in Standard Chartered Bank’s Wholesale Bank Head Office in Singapore to head a multi-million dollar global change management project. In June 2010, he was named as Chief Executive of Standard Chartered

Bank, Ghana, a 1000 employee strong institution and one of the Standard Chartered Bank Group’s biggest businesses in Africa, becoming the first Ghanaian to head the bank in its 114 years history. Paying tribute to his work in the public sector, Kweku said on his appointment, “I feel proud of my years in the public sector. It was that sector that made me what I am today.” Kweku is also a member of the Board of Advisers of AISEC Ghana. He has recently been appointed to the Global Investment Committee of Acumen Fund, a New York based Venture Capital Company.

Order of Proceedings Friday 8 Nov. 2013, 2pm Procession (The Congregation is asked to stand) National Anthem Welcome/Declaration of Purpose: Justice Dr. S.K. Date-Bah, Chairman of Council Vice-Chancellor’s Address: Prof. Ernest Aryeetey, Vice-Chancellor Congregation Speaker: Mr. Prince Kofi Amoabeng, CEO, UT Bank Ghana Ltd Conferment of degrees: Presentation of graduands from: • Graduate School Valedictory Address: Ms. Clara Ofori-Appiah Chairman of Council dissolves Congregation University Anthem Recession: Council


(The Congregation is asked to remain seated until all officials and graduands have left the Hall.)

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(Afternoon Session)


rince Kofi Amoabeng, Chief Executive Officer of UT Bank and the President of UT Holdings, graduated from the University of Ghana Business School with a BSc Admin (Accounting). He is a retired military officer (Captain) and an investment consultant. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA-UK) and a member of Chartered Accountants CA (GH). Kofi entered the Military Academy in Accra in April 1975, and was commissioned as a Lieutenant by November. While in the army, Kofi won a scholarship from the Ministry of Defence to study the Royal Army Pay Corps course in Cost and Management Accountancy in Winchester, UK. He passed out after a year and a half and returned home.


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In 1997, he conceptualized the idea of setting up a ‘finance house’ to provide timely and appropriate finance for businessmen like himself who found it almost impossible to get such assistance from the traditional banking sector. With friends urging him on, he took the plunge, and today, after 15 years, with an initial seed money of 255 million cedis (GHC25,000), UT is now a Bank with a turnover of about US$55.5, employing more than 600 people, and 26 branches in seven of the ten regions of Ghana. He has extensive experience in managing businesses through excellent customer relations, strategic and tactical business planning as well as strategic partnerships. Among his achievements are Overall Best

Entrepreneur in the Maiden Ghana Entrepreneurs Award (2011); One of two Ghanaians profiled in Moky Makura’s book on Africa’s Greatest Entrepreneurs which profiles 16 of Africa’s top entrepreneurs; Two times running Ghana’s Most Respected CEO for 2008/2010. He is a recipient of a National Honours for an Order of the Star of the Volta- Officer’s Division and was named the Marketing Man of the Year in 2006. Mr Amoabeng is a member of the Board of Directors of the Ghana Interbank Payment Settlement System (GHIPSS); a member of the Council of Enablis Ghana (Canadian Entrepreneurial NGO) and a member of the International Advisory Board of China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), in Ghana.

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Anatomy Totimeh, Teddy Tsiate Applied Epidemiology & Disease Control Acquah, Helena Naa Baake Archaeology Appiah-Adu, Siaw Laryea, Ruth Kotso

Tettey, Ebenezer Commey-Tetteh

Biochemistry Azumah, Bright Kojo Tetteh, Matilda Dede

Physics Egblewogbe, Martin Koffi, Hubert Azoda


Psychology Mensah, Emma Sethina MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY African Studies Kutin, James Kojo Kyere, Abena Agricultural Engineering Akolgo, Gilbert Ayine Dorvlo, Selorm Yaotse Essien, Desmond Essien, Emmanuel Agricultural Extension Alerigesane, Aaron Adongo Nartey, Daniel Nii

Finance Abubakar, Musah Adjei, Eunice Akotia, John Kennedy Akuma, John Kwame Damankah, Basil Senyo Eliasu, Nuhu Lamptey, Thomas Nii Lante Obodai, Edith Okailey Health Services Management Afari, Boahemaa Mavis Akonde, Isaac Gideon Human Resource Management Adu, Isaac Nyarko Amissah-Mensah, Domitilla Asante, Dorcas Kyeiwa

Ashie, Augustina Adei Darko, Nana Yaa Dzikunoo, Lawrence Gyensare, Michael Asiedu Hagan, Angela Kuwornu, Anani Yao Mahamoud, Mohammed Nkrumah-Buandoh, Joycelyn Ntow, Michael Akomeah Ocran, Rosalind Eugeni Opoku, Linda Pomeyie, Dixon Worlanyo Sarfo, Felix Yeboah, John Nana Osei Yeboah-Kordee, Nana Serwaa

Marketing Acquaye, Juliana Aku Shika Adom-Oduro, Jacob Alabi, Joshua Bortey Commey, Nicholas Oblitei Ewoade, Enyonam Afua Kwame-Adjei, Michael Kyei, Daniel Asante Mensah, Peter Kobina Asare Pomegbe, Wisdom Wise Tornyi, Isaac Yeboah-Asiamah, Eric Public Administration Abane, Juliana Abagsonema Ayane, Anthony Brobbey, Alexander Osei-Kojo, Alex Tetteh, Esther Christiana

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Risk Management and Insurance Agyapong, Alex Appiah Ashong, Mark Adjetey Tetteh, Catherine Chemical Pathology Mohammed, Yunusah Osman Chemistry Brew-Daniels, Henry Sasah, Bismark Classics Adikah, Philip Asante, Michael Okyere Computational Nuclear Science and Engineering Kyei, Afrifa Yamoah Crop Science Adu, Frederick Effah Decutt, Joyce Missah-Asihene, Benjamin Economics Bockarie, Baimba Augustine Entomology Chikezie, Friday Maduka Environmental Science Abotsi, Albert Kwame Adu, Antwako Richard Arko, William Ekow Badu, Eugenia Mensah, Kofi Dzifa Tabil, Frank Ato Food Science Agbotse, Paul Dongdem, Achillis Mwinmaalu

Tagbor, Sarah Naa Adjeley

Geology Blankson, Stanley Yaw Haematology Allotey, Emmanuel Alote History Ash-Quaynor, Robert Kweitey Kumahor, Philip Yao Immunology Abdul-Rahaman, Mubarak Luuse, Arnold Togiwe Information Studies Amegbe, Perfect Mawusi Apeadu, Eric Yeboah Appiah, Bernadette Antonia Asamoah, Catherine Asante, Edward Mensah, Monica Mingle, Naa Aku Owusu-Ansah, Samuel Linguistics Apenteng, Monica Amoah Larnyo, Phillips Kofi Atsu Mathematics Amoah-Darko, Frederick Laud Antwi, Gloria Agyeiwaa Aziedu, Cartious Boiquaye, John Kyei, Lilian Frempomaa Takyi, Eric Mawuena Medical Physics Avevor, Justice Frezghi, Yohannes Opare-Asare, Kenneth Woode, Benedicta

Nuamah, Martin Aboagye

French Ibrahim, Osmanu


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Microbiology Bannerman-Williams, Emmanuel

Migration Studies Addo, Cynthia Torvikey, Gertrude Dzifa Music Coffie, Mark Millas Koomson, John Gershom Nuclear Earth Science Edjah, Adwoba Kua-Manza Nuclear and Environmental Protection Amoako, Douglas Nuclear Science and Technology Jeremie, Lunguja Muswema Mokgosi, Thabang Candy Thembinkosi Evonne Mavuso Nursing Odai, Rose Agbenyame Sarfo-Brobbey, Vincentia Nutrition Addo, Phyllis Sandow, Adam Oceanography Ampiaw, Rita Esi Manson, Awo Akosua Boatemaa Philosophy Hattoh, Martin De-Porres Dodzi Koku Physics Nmeng-Abugre, Rodney Political Science Harrison-Cudjoe, Samuel Kissi, Emmanuel Asante Maisie, Papa Kwaku Mensah, Bright Lumor Osew, William Kofi

Population Studies Afuduo, Samuel Nana Kojo Ameyaw, Edmund Essah Fuseini, Kamil Issah, Aminu Danaa Nyamedor, Felix Tetteh Okutu, David

Theatre Arts Jebuni, Tigwe Salifu

Psychology Adofo, Emmanuel Amoako-Atta, Bridget Desouza, Mercy Naa Merley Gyekye, Dorcas Monu, Stella Dzifa Tawiah, Josephine Esi Walker, Nandy Ntiamoah Wiredu, Gloria Boatey Yuorpor, Maria Johana


Public Health Dongoo, Grace Hatie Radiation Protection Gyasi, Edward Social Work Braimah, Issaka Joha Gyan, Charles Kotei, Daniel Nikkoi Kurubuni, Rahman Evans Nkrumah, Rodney Buadi Oduro, Razak Thompson, Comfort Leegoi Tsagli, Sebrina Kafui Spanish Akwa-Ofori, Dorcas Statistics Ansah-Narh, Theophilus Asiedu, Louis Teaching Of English as a Second Language Kesewah, Francisca

The Study of Religion Antwi, Georgina Duodu, Peter Nyarko Frempong, Kwame

Abalo, Ernest Abdulai, Habib Abdulaziz, Musah Aboah, Joseph Abrahams, Patience Abubakar, Kauthar Shuaibu Abudey, Davis Mawuli Acquah, Abigail Acquah, Susana Eleme Acquaye, Edward Tetteh Acquaye, Efua Oduma Adade, Kweku Adae-Mensah, Millicent Adams, Adelaide Addai, Richard Denteh Addison, Danquah Evans Addo, Jammie Allen Addo, Marie Addo, Rita Akosua Addo, Stella Aku Addy, Nii Kpani Adika, Pearl Adjei, Michael Adoba, Prosper Adu, Anthony Afedi, Emelia Afetsrom, Rockson Afram, Eric Yaw Afriyie, Hannah Agatha, Anna Amos Agbenyadzi, Quilliams Godwin Agblemor, Patrick Agbo, Isreal Mawuli Agbodja, Joseph Boadjo Agbogwu, Peace

Aggrey-Ampiah, Alfred Agyakwa-Goldwater, Paul Agyekum, Yaa Adomakoa Agyemang, Milana Ahiabor, Julius Kofi Ahmadou, Farida Karim Akpalu, Martin Kwame Akuamoah, Boateng Kofi Alabi, Borley Allotey-Annan, Adwoa Amachi, Victor Amanfo-Boateng, Kwame Amaning, Kyeremeh Amano-Mpianim, Eric Amenyah, Clarence Amoabeng, Noye Evelyn Amoah-Koomson, Ruth Amoah, Benjamin Amoah, Stephen Amoatey, Alex Amofah-Adjekum, Gloria Amoh, Josephine Amoyaw, Festus William Ampadu, Stephen Adjei Ampere, Vivian Amponsah, Emmanuel Amponsah, Rosemary Yaa Amugi, Winifred Gertrude Amuh, Vincent Ananie, George Kwame Andoh, Frank Kwesi Andy, Kusi Nimako Anim, Alexander Nyarko Ansah, Margaret Anselm, Oyamo Idanwekhai Antwi, Rena Tiwaah Antwi, Rita Mawusi Antwi-Dua, Mackella Apaliya, Sixtus Apenu, Adjoa Asiedu Aplerku, Theodore Tetteh Appertey, Elliot Appiah, Gifty Abena Arhin, Kwaku Herman Arkorful, Abieku Fred Armah, Emelia Naa Ameley

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Armenorhu, Evelyn Aryee, Joel Asamoah, Abigail Asamoah, David Kwame Asamoah, Frank Asamoah, Grace Ansah Asante, Emmanuel Rexford Asante, George Best Asante, Yvonne Okaile Asare, Paul Anim Asare-Attuah, Lawrence Asare-Bediako, Evans Ashitey, Angela Ayikaale Ashun, John Enimil Asiamah, Judith Naa-Kwakor Asiedu, Dorothy Asiedu, Erik Bamfo Asiedu, Rebecca Attafuah, Godfred Attafuah, Vida Attafuah, Kwaku Phampong Attafuah, Tibu Kingsley Attipoe, Richmond Kojo Atuobi, Sharon Rose Austin, Nana Finba Avogo, Justine Adua Awuah, Akua Agyapomaa Awuviri, Emelia Ayishatu, Alabi Ayitey, Anthony Kwablah Azinaab, Salomey Jamilatu Azu, Robert Bampo, Gloria Boafo, Yaw Ankomah Boamah, Kwame Boateng, Charles Boateng, Mary-Magdalene Bobie, Patrick Kwesi Brace, George Bruce, Rachel Naa Kuuwa Cantil, Ernestina Caternor, Marian Cheataa-Laryea, Gloria Claudette, Keelson Cobbina, Samuel Coffie, Jones Cudjoe, Estella Rachael


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Daddah, Jibril Sulleiman Dadson, Rachael Dagadu, Dickson Prosper Dagadu, Mavis Sackley Daitey, Gertrude Damloni, Michael Yaro Dankyi, Nana Yaa Akubia Danquah, Kennedy Agyeman Dapaah, Maxwell Darko, Andrew Dadey Davordzie, Doreen Hornam Deku, Felix Djeagbo, Tetteh Gabriel Dodoo, Ekua Owensi Dodoo, Regina Inez Donkor, Richard Dowuona, Chris Joseph Duah Haria, Shiraz Dugbatey, Enoch Dugbatey Dzifa, Nyansafo Dzikunu, Selinam Yvette Eduaful, Alberta Edusa-Eyison, Emmanuel Engmann, Charles Eshun, Ferguson Kwame Eshun, Seth Ewuah, Isaac Eyiah, Kyei Baffour Gaisey, Maame Efua George, Appiah Golda, Nartey Gomashie, Patricia Grace Gyeni-Boateng, Richieson Gyimah, Augustina Appeah Gyimah, Elizabeth Gyimah, Raphael Ohene Gyimah, Thelma Hafsa-Arthur, Rimamtha He, Qi Hewlett, Lancelot Hiagbe, John Delali Kofi Ibadin, Hilda Inkoom, Samuel Emmanuel Innosah, Vudu Ibn Insaidoo, Alex Issah, Fuseini Issifu, Nasiru

Kankoh, Gregory Akannue Kekeli, Kodjovi Kelly Kennedy, Asare Bempong Klutse, Felix Dela Koomson, Daniel Korkortsi, Kodzo Mawupemor Korley, Shiela Merley Kotey, Johnson Kpedor, Mary Georgette Kumordzie, Elsie Kuuzume, Donatus Kwamena, Margaret Kwami, Patience Kwao-Anati, Walter Kwarteng, Emmanuel Antwi Lamptey, Koshie Genevieve Lamptey, Nelly Larry, Selorm Amekuse Lartey, Deborah Louisa Ledzekpo, Yeye Naa Nicholina Leigh, George Teisika Lokko, Laureen Lokko, Margaret Lomotey, George Lomo-Mensa Manche, Juliet Esinam Menka, Joy Edem Mensah, Alfred Arhinful Mensah, Alice Ajekai Mensah, Felicia Mensah, Isaac William Mensah, Philip Mensah-Quainoo, Nana Efua Mills, James Mohammed, Fatimah Morrison, Stephen Joojo Naa, Shormefio Narh Nartey, Dominic Tetteh Nartey, Emmanuel Narh Nartey, Mabel Nartey, William Irvine Neequaye, Ursula Nimako-Boateng, Abigail Nishchal, Mahajan Noi, Sylvia Ashiorkor Nti, William Nyarko, Kennedy Osei Nyaye, Dzifa Fred

Obeng, Sylvia Obese, Akosua Oparebea Obuobi, Priscilla Odame, Aurelia Ofori Odoi, Danquah Sheila Odoi, Wellington Cynthia Odom, Nina Adwapa Ofei-Aryeh, Kwateokor Ofori-Amanfo, Mercy Ofori, Jane Akweley Ofori, Jennifer Ofori-Atta, Setorwu Okine, John Ahulu Okyere-Aduachie, Jane Okyere-Mensah, Mark Omane, Veronica Opare-Donkor, Gloria Opata, Phyllis Bintu Oppong, Akwasi Osafo, Adjei Linda Osafo Helena, Adjeiwaa Osei Dickson, Atakora Otchere, Nana Yaw Otibo, Bernard Arthur Otuo, Acheampong Richard Otu-Boateng, Christine Owiredu, Bernard Owooh, Joyce Afi Owusu, Diana Yaa Nyarkoa Owusu, Emmanuel Owusu-Ansah, Rosemary Paintsil, Yvonne Perpetua Poku, Josephine Poku, Maria Awuraba Provencal, Henrietta Puozaa, Emmanuel Quansah, Lucy Quansah, Rosemond Quashie, Adzo Yvette Quayson, Millicent Sekyiwah Richardson, Anastasia Dede Rouba, Habboushi Sabastina, Ireni Sackey, Grace Marylydia Sagoe, Aaron Sam, Richmond Sam, Moses

Samira, Zakaria Sarkodee-Addo, Robert Sarkodie, Hannah Sasu-Yeboah, Stephen Sekyere, Sarpong Kwadwo Senanu, Edward Sowah Lomofio, Albertina Stephens-Godzo, Theodora Tabi–Dwumfour, Joseph Tachie, Genevieve Ama Tagoe, Benedicta Dedei Tagoe, Winifred Tagoe, Serwaa Sylvia Tawiah, Cynthia Tetteh, Eugenia Ashiokai Teye, Isaac Kweku Tweneboa, Doris Wallace, Robert Ato Kwamina Wallace, Roberta Maame Winfred, Dodzih Wormenor, John Kwame Yalley, Sebastian Yankey, Ekuba Yartey, Alex Nii Ofori Yeboah-Kordieh, Ntim Kofi Yirenkyi, Kwaku Kwapong

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Abbeyquaye, Jennifer Adam, Jalaludeen Emran Abdulai, Nashiru Abdulai, Adinani Abdul-Salam, Musah Tahir Abledu Dumor, Mercy Elorm Aboagye, Mercy Abudey, Joseph Acquah, Sammy Adams, Ishmael Addae, Bismark Addo, James Addo, Regina Mawuena Addo, Helen Kusi Addy, Naa Dede Addy, Frank Kpanie Adekahlor, Emmanuel

Adisah, Richard Jide Adjabeng, Ruth Gyaamah Adjei, Matilda Gertrude Adjei, Godfried Adjei-Benin, Nicholina Adjena, Alfred Adu, Alex Yirenkyi Adu, Daniel Kwasi Adu-Gyamfi, Michael Adusei, MaameKonadu Adza-Yawo, Charlotte Adzinyo, Gebe Vida Setina Adzoyi, Protus Kwame Afari-Minta, Emmanuel Afesi, Doreen Yayra Afesi, Dominic Yao Afeti, Anita Lebene Agbeli, David Kwasi Agbenyegah, Evan Kofi Agbleze, Godwill Kwame Aglago, Charles Edem Agyapong-Sebeh, Barfour Agyei, Kwadwo Owusu Agyei, Jeslave Caleb Agyemang, Nana Akosua Agyemang, Olivia Agyenim-Boateng, Emmanuel Agyepong, Gloria Ansomaah Agyepong, Jessie Amoh Ahedor, Doreen Afi Aidoo, Gifty Angela Akagbor, Erica Enam Akatey, Sena Afua Akofio-Sowah, Naa Anyeley Akortia, Mavis Mansah Akpor, Gifty Atswei Akutteh, Joseph Odjam Akweter, Theresa Abla Akyeampon, Emmanuel Alabira, Alhassan Iddrisu Alhassan, Siiba Ali, Memunatu Ali, Ruth Alomatu, Robert Kofi Amandi, Chrysogon Amartey, Samson Tetteh Amartey, James Okoe

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Amegbe, Rose Sitsofe Ameko, Akosua Edem Amesu, Richard Inabus Amissah-Nunoo, Gertrude Amoah, Juliana Amoah, Sandra Daikie Amoatin, Ike Nana Amo-Darko, Alfred Amofa-Adade, Esther Amofa-Sarpong, Kwabena Ankamah, Eunice Ankrah, Henry Ebenezer Ampadu, Samuel Ampofo, Emmanuel Ampomah, Alexander Anambane, Gifty Anderson, Kwesi Essien Angelo-Fianu, Diana Aniagyei-Bonsu, Theresa Annan, Seth Mario Anore, Janet Akudugu Ansah, Jyandoh Kwesi Ansong, Comfort Opokua Apanyin, Kennedy Appiah, Faustina Rachael Apronti, Pamela Mamle Arkuh, Charles Asamani, Joseph Ofei Asamoa-Frimpong, Rosemond Asamoah, George Asante, Amos Asare-Yeboa, Yvonne Ashie-Kotei, Stephanie Ashun, Sandra Atanga, Ruth Atia, George Osman Karim Awanyo, Dorothy Awuah, Dennis Duah Baah, Vivienne Yaa Asantewa Baffour Awuah, Mary Baidoo, Hagar Baaba Banini, Evangeline Banoeng-Yakubo, Nonneviele Batsa, Peter Nartey Bawuah, Beatrice Bediako, Gifty Bedzrah, Eli Tetteh


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Benn, Benedicta Binan, James Yaro Biritwum, Florence Blay-Morkeh, George Boateng, Eugene Nimako Bodpii, Dominic Nabil Bonsu, Derek Akyeampong Bonsu, William Akwetey Bosompim, Emmanuel Botchway, Shirley Browne, Matilda Atswei Busari, Huseina Chiriga, Henrietta Codjo, Priscilla Akua Cofie, Miranda Crabbe, Peggy Naa Adarwah Crentsil, Hilda Adaku Dakurah, Pauline Danso, Biamark Debrah, Teddy Amo Debrah, Adwoa Ntiamoaa Deh, Helen Roberta Enyonam Denkyi, Daniel Osei Derkyi-Kwarteng, Leonard Djietror, Ruth Ahumah Doku, Michael Tetteh Domanban, Sugmari Donkoh, Mercy Donkor, Joseph Asare Donyina-Kyereme, Stephen Dordoye, Mathew Dravie, Faustina Esinam Dzanteh, Rejoice Akos Effah, Kingsley Effah, Selina Kafui Ekem, Richard Ekuadzi, David Kofi Eshun, Thomas Tsenkoran Essilfie, Timothy Etsiwah, Priscilla Fiayiya, Francis Frempong, Collins Kofi Frimpong, Cyril Kodjo Frimpong, Nana Kwame Fry, Henry Ekow Fynn, Loretta Yarley Gaani, Emmanuel Sikninmong

Gariba, Philip Graham, George Acquah Gyasi, Juliana Adwoa Nyarko Honu, Andrew Ibrahim, Failatu Imbrah, Erica Issaka, Georgina Kapui Jonah, William Tommy Jones, Nathaniel Kanganib, Pongmi Jacob Karim, Rabiatu Olabisi Keh, David Edem Kotei, Aaron Nikoi Kudah, Alfred Kugblenu, Edna Ogboo Kukubor, Ruth Kumi, Kate Korleki Kumi, Kwabena Kunfah, Paschallina Kagyir Kusi-Appouh, Amma Kusorgbor, Raymond Kutsenejie, Joshua Tony Kuyon, Joseph Kwadamah, Forgive Kwakye-Ameyaw, Henry Kwami, Sheila Emefa Kwarteng, Erica Kwarteng, Gifty Kyere, Isaac Kyeremeh, Wilson Lamptey, Doris Larkai, Elvin Nunoo Lawson, Francis Odartey Lomofio, Gilbert Adjetey Lumor, Orlia Maclean-Arthur, James Mensah, Gabriel Tecco Mensah, Diana Korkor Mensah, Faith Ablewoa Mensah, Georgina Mohammed, Ayishetu Mohammed, Yakubu Muhammed, Ali Mumuni, Hamza Mwini, Ivy Nana-Konadu, Lilian Narh, Edna

Nartey, Michael Nartey, Regina Dede Ndzi, Jude Anye Nelson, Dave Anthonio Nenyewode, Vida Nitiful, Alex Nkrumah, Benjamin Nkrumah-Boateng, Benedicta Nortey, Dorcas Osabuki Nunekpeke, Richard Nunoo, Eugene Nutakor, Sophia Nyamador, William Yao Obeng, Charles Owusu Ocran, Solomon Tieku Odonkor, Emmanuel OfeiAgyemang, Kwame Ofori, Rita Ofosu, Barbara Ofosu, Emmanuel Osei Ofosu, Ernestina Favour Ohene, Joshua Bossman Okyerefo, Joseph Andrew Oman, DelphinaKwarkor Opare-Twum, Esther Opoku-Minta, Adelaide Oppong, Prince Kyekyeku Osei, Francis Kwadwo Osei, Faustina Osei, Daniel Osei-Bonsu, Sandra Owusu, Joseph Owusu, Bernard Paaga, Hilda Betty Parry, Samuel Kofi Otu Quainoo, Julian Ebow Quarshie, Dominic Quaye, Rucky Quayson, Kwame John Sackey, Tracy Akweley Sackey, Stacy Akuokor Saki, Edith Dede Samokie Sekyiamah, Abena Korantema Sakyi, Joy Kweku Seneadza, Elikem Sermackor, Angela Ami Salifu, Rufai

Salifu, Anatu Sanusi, Nafisatu Sarpong, Emmanuel Anim Sarpong, Bernice Sefah, Joseph Duah Seidu, Osman Selby, Sandra Frimpomaa Simpong, Gloria Esenam Sowah, Shirley Naa Adjeley Squire, Margaret Spancy Sumani, Shaibu Zakari Tawiah, Bright Asiama Tetteh, Nadia Tetteh, Samuel Tettey, Rita Efua Mawufemor Tornu, Bismark Komla Dela Tutu, Adwoa Pinamang Twum, Esther Agyeibea Twum-Barimah, Thomas Uche-Okonkwo, Uche Wahab, Abdul Noor Wilson, Aba Gyakye Wormenor, Prince Worwornyo, Mac Anthony Yeboa, Lynda Adjoa Yeboah, Adwoa Adwofua Yebuah, Valerie Yemo, Jennifer Yussif, Mustapha Mohammed

MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Acheampong, Abigail Agbodza, Eric Yao Akanda, Bawah James Akortia, Mavis Mansah Akowuah-Dantey, Marvin Amoako, Emelia Nyarko Ampratwum, Francis Appiah, Joseph Kwame Chapo, Jacob Kofi Dabrah, Jonathan Kojo Nyade Dankwa, Jephter Agyei Fleischer-Attakpah, Henrietta Kodzi, Dorothy Edna Mensah, Sharon Bonsu

Nelson, Elizabeth Clare Ocloo, William Kofi Otoo, Delphina Yolanda Quartey-Papafio, Alfreda Salley, Araba Seguah Sarpong, Afua Tetteh, Emelia Torsu, Jones

MASTER OF LAWS ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION Adinkrah, Kofi Mill, George Kennedy Ekow Nwosu, Martin Chibuzo

Oil and Gas Ametefe, David Kwadzo Fuseini, Inusah Abdulai Bistav Kpebu, Martin Luther Nkrumah, Joseph Nicholas Oppong, Daniel Yaw Owusu-Badu, Festus Master of Engineering in Computer Engineeing Togo, Emmanuel Agbemabiese, Patrick Atsu MASTER OF SCIENCE Applied Health Social Science Chatio, Tamti Acheampong Yeboah, Alice Clinical Trials Nagumo, Walter-Rodney Development Finance Afelete, Elikem Ambrose Appiah, Godwin Kwabena Baiden, Jeffrey Kenneth Bampoe, Marjorie Boakye, Bismark Danso, Dominic University of Ghana


Frimpong-Manso, Nicholas Ismail-Rashid, Akeilata Jackson, Robert Hertz Jortuotey, Francis Xavier Kayode, Doyinsola Oluwafunmilola Keteni, Mabel Ocansey, Harryette Augusta Oman, Leticia Kabukor Osei-Boateng, Bernard Osei-Opoku, Dorothy Zakari, Abdul Razak Zakari, Ayishetu Slinba

Groundwater Resource Development Osafo-Affum, Kwaku Samba, Franklin Kwame Mineral Exploration Asare-Manso, Felix Atiogbe, William Adjey Komla Nartey, Ebenezer Yamoah, Charles Nursing Codjoe, Agnes Dwamena, Joyce Antwiwaa Nyasor, Peace Delali Torku, Mabel Kafui Petroleum Geoscience Frimpong-Mansoh, Peter Achaegakwo, Christopher Addo, Samuel Appiah Adele-Bolaji, Bolatito Anike Adenutsi, Caspar Daniel Amoani-Yeboah, Emmanuel Anku, Godwin Yome Kwaku Antwi, Philip Asenso, Samuel Amporful Barnes, Leslie Ekow Darkudzi, Israel Kwasi Fummey, Philibert Amenorpe Jonah, Naana Anowa Laryea, Kenneth Nartey, Daniel Addo Tindanbil, Alex Bogning


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MASTER OF ARTS African Studies Annan, Antoinette Communication Studies Abaidoo, Victoria Gifty Adu-Larbi, Abena Asantewaa Amegbletor, Helen Aku Brown-Addo, Nanabanyin Dornyo, Philip Dugle, Patrick Munkua Dako, Adwoa Ofori-Appiah, Clara Boadua Development Studies Asamoah, Joyce Effah-Darteh, Rita Kumah, Esenam Akosua Nortey, Samuel Ken Pobee, Monica Tackie, Alberta Djaaba Thompson, James Alfonso Thompson, Patience Sasah Williams, Cheryl Angela Economic Policy Management Abass, Wahab Olabamiji Abukari, Ridwan Adu, Alex Agyemang, Emmanuel Kojo Ahmed, Dauda Ali, Yahaya Alidu, Asana Anikpi, Evelyn Narkie Annor, Matilda Mankosah Asampua, Adongo James Asiedu, Eben Afriyie Asiedu-Manu, Abigail Tanoah Dengwat, Angela Waroe Djokoto, Cynthia Yvonne Haruna, Rasheed Igoma, Jacob Nelson Jobe, Yusupha Kanjere, Prisca Mayimayi Mudey, Flora Musah, Azumah Musbahu Ahmad, Badawi

Ndebilla, Ebenezer Alumire Ngegba, Augustine Tamba Nutakor, Ernest Nyassi, Pansaw Ocran, Anthony Theophilus Okoree, Frederick Otokunor, Peter Sarfo, Sylvester Saye, Myer Whehju Sisawo, Foday Teitey, Emmanuel Turay, Andrew Benemoh Twum, Isaac Kwame Wally, Jumu

English Oppong Kwarteng, Ibrahim Human Rights and Administration Adutwum, Poku Tete-Mensah, Francisca Tuolienuo, Isaiah Information Studies Abdul-Rahim, Armiyawu Abdulai, Mustapha Abofra, Mabel Adiku, Delali Kofi Afachao, Ernest Aikins, Frank Alu, Augustine Aduko Amofah-Serwaa, Naomi Arde-Acquah, Cecilia Ama Attafuah, Elsina Atieku, Joy Awo Ayekple, Godwin Kofi Mensah Bruce-Cathline, Sheila Dickson, Amoako Eghan, James Insaidoo, Nana Adjoa Kondor, Hubert Kodjovi Kwakye, Joseph Owusu Kyereh, Emelia Lamptey, Majorine Koshie Mamah, Gideon Mensah Mottey, Esther Nsafoah, Lynda Gifty Serwaa

Ntiamoah-Sarpong, Kwabena Nyann, Freda Abena Osei-Tutu, Emmanuel Owusu, Prince Quaicoe, Anthony Quansah, Emelia Tulasi, Esther Edem Twumasi, Kwadwo Papa

International Affairs Agyapong, Daniel Owusu Akumiah, Anita Amedoyror, Rockson Gabriel Gasu, Wilfred Laryea, Joyce Renee Opandoh, Emmanuel Opoku, Francis Yaw Yakubu, Salamatu Library Studies Yankah, Efua Kumiwaa Migration Studies Apatinga, Gervin Ane Appiah, Emmanuel Ayetey Badu-Aboagye, Abena Kyeremeh, Emmanuel Kojo Okine, Rueben Edmund Opuni, Kpadam Otchere, Odame Kweku Population Studies Adjei, Daniel Dzandzo, Portia Fafa Gyedu, Abubakar Alhassan Manu-Moshie, Alfred Obiri, Walter Kofi Obiri-Yeboah, Sandra Sadat, Seidu Desmond Ports and Shipping Administration Amoako, Daniel Anyetei, Alfredos Nii Attafuah, Juliana Banambo, Gregory Isaacs Cobbinah, Stephen Benson Ndor, Anthony Mba Owusu-Manu, Samuel Kwaku

Salifu, Yakubu Ahmed Tesouh, Titus Fonge Public Affairs Abdulai, Alhassan Acquah, Mensimah Esi Addai, Robert Adibuer, Dubois Nathaniel Afari, Eric Amekuedee, Victoria Claudette Esi Ampon, Fanny Nana Antwi, Kwaku Bosiako Appiah, Innocent Samuel Ashiabor, Henrietta Voe Baatuolkuu, Lord Michael Botsoe, Kingsley Nehemias Dafeamekpor, Emily Kafui Dandzo, Florence Dziedzorm Danso-Ankrah, Juliet Entsiwah, Ambrose Gyang, Henry Prince Kanneo, Charles Kuwornu, Herbert Kwapong, Nana Akuffo Norgbedzi, Chris Eddey Offei, Pearl Nana Akonobea Ofosuhene-Sintim, Solace Opoku, Gertrude Adwoa Owusu, Isaac Owusu, Marti Asare Sarpong, Evelyn Ampomah Solomon, Josephine Yawlui, Raphael Edem Social Policy Studies Abedi-Lartey, Afua Manko Akor, Ama Aboagyewaa Lartey, Christopher Osei-Fosu, Patrick Yeboah, Lord Ofosuhene

Teaching of English as a Second Language Abdulai, Mohammed Kamil Abdul-Rahman, Youssif Aboagye, Abigail Konadu

Abobi, Dominic Teye Adam, Osman Addo-Kuffour, Patience Adumuah, Patience Agbezudor, Daniel Yao Agyapong, Joyce Otiwaa Agyemang, Ophelia Agyepong, Grace Dedaa Aidoo, Daniel Kwabena Aidoo, Saint Anna Akotia Agbemetsi, William Akpanya, Immaculate Alenumah, Richard Alhassan, Adiza Amewuga, Frank Yaw Amoah, Emelia Anani, Florence Andoh, Nabel Naa Oyoe Antwi-Baadu, Joyce Asamany, Rita Verity Asamoah-Konadu, Faustina Asante, Irene Nyarkoa Asare, Ebenezer Ampah Asare-Debra, Juliana Attitsogbui, Beauty Aku Ayesu, Joyce Azasoo, Eugenia Akpene Banchani, Vivian Bawa, Sally Selma Bissi, Comfort Awoenam Boadi, Patricia Boateng, Edward Boateng, Samuel Yaw Bonuedie, Vincentia Braha, Innocent Senyo Kofi Dekuh, John Justice Dzasimatu, Joseph Kwame Dzotefe, Victoria Entsua-Mensah, Miriam Frimpong, Cecilia Hammond, Deborah Hayford, Irene Nana Esi Inusah, Abdul-Razak Jabiri, Comfort Kattah, David Kwabla Koomson, Evelyn Awushie Kuagbenu, Anthony Yesutor

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Laryea, Genetie Mensah, Esther Mensah, Mac Kwabla Mohammed Saani, Alhassan Oduro, Augustine Asante Ofori, Millicent Ohene-Asante, Flora Okyere, Daniel Otu, Winifred Akosua Owusu, Benjamin Paaga, Vida Sanaa, Gladys

The Study of Religion Abassah, Richard Ohenebeng

Ablordeppey, Francis Manfred Addae, Frank Agbaga, John Kweku


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Agyekum-Sah, Kwasi Ali-Asomah, Isaac Ankama-Boafo, Richard Kwabena Daves Asuming-Brempong, Samuel Atta-Adjei, Peter Ayo-Obiremi, Olusola Boafo, Edward Onyameba Boateng, Robert Konadu-Wiafe, Samuel Nashief, Edgar Nlenkiba, John Okai, Emmanuel Dacosta Olagunju, Olugbenga Samuel Sablah, Emelia Tsormey, Bright Kekeli Yelbert, Tandoh Andrew

Translation Fleku, Enyonam Yawa Mutalabi, Mumuni MASTER OF FINE ARTS Agyapong, Philip Amo Brako, Daniel Kofi Dartey, Solomon Yaw Dennis, Albert Yamoah,Stephany Ursula MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH Atogiba, Sheila Awiah, Blandina Niadaga

2013 Class List BACHELOR OF LAWS Ababio, Anastasia Aboagye, Akua Ohenetwene Aboagye, Ephraim Addae-Mensah, Nana Addo, Akua Adobea Adjei, Stephen Owusu Adjetey, Jennifer Naa-Dyable Adu-Boateng, Nana Akosua Adusei, Maame Owusuwaa Adzigodie, Isaiah Korbla Afenuvor, Ivy-King Agbogah, Dickson Kwame Agyebeng, Dennis Frimpong Agyekum-Boateng, Tracey Ahwoi, Akua Korewa Akligo, Precious Akoni, Patience Enyonam Akpabey, Precious-Rhoda Akuffo, Michelle Adwoa Akuffo, Samuel Addo Akwayena, Sefakor Sui Alengah, Cletus Alesu-Dordzi, Samuel Ali, Rita Kunkuti Alichewu, Amadu Abdulai

Amadu, Emmanuel Basintale Ampadu, Yaw Kyere Angsomwine, Roger Jnr Aniah, Benjamin Akugre Animley, Simon Ankrah, Reindorf Twumasi Annimah-Assare, Stephen Appiah, Adutwumwaa Arko, Lady Antoinette Arku, Annie Emefa Asabagna, Courage Asafo, Godwin Dziedzorm Asare Korang, Mercy Asedo, Christine Asegbila, Elvis Ayine Asem, Eyram Ashia Bonsu, Baffour Gyawu Ashidam, Joycelyn Ashon, Rachel Asiama, Akosua Akoma Asimah, Elikem Asinyo, Julius Kofi Asumadu, Roma Attah Quarshie, Velda Atta-Konadu, Bridget Atubiga, Germanus Ayee, Ayele Ayidzoe, Cephas Kwasi Baah-Mante, Regina

Badombie, Richard Baeta, Christian Claude Bakar, Mary Sena Barnes, Maame Yaa Akyiaa Bart-Addison, Francisca Boa-Amponsem, Augustine Boamah, Valentine Darteh Boateng, Benardina Boison, Lucy Ebu Coker, Lerina Baaba Dadzie, Ivan Mensah Danquah, Maynard Kwabena Darko, Emmanuel Kofi Deegbe, Joana Mansa Delong, Rebecca Doku, Ruby Naa Adjeley Emieaboe, Patience Adzo Frimpong, Paul Kissi Fugar, Virginia Gloria Akpene Glover, Michael Mawuena Gyamerah, Ebenezer Yaw Gyamfi, Yeboah Derek Gyesi, Solomon Hamenoo-Kpeda, Roselyne Korang, Baffour Asare Korankye-Ankrah, Nana Akosua

Kotey, Audrey Naa Dei Kotey, Godwin Kpalam, Patrick Larweh

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Kpentey, Hilda Mansuwa Kunko, Isaac Kundakogo Kusi, Awura Konadu Kuudogrme, Barbara Lawson, Aurelia Loh, Eunice Yayra Mahama, Emmanuel Libaktib Mensah, Ama Amankwanowa Mensah, Praise Akua Nabegmado, Jean Gladys Nfodzo, Anastasia Norvihoho, Belinda Ntim, Abigail Afia Korankyewaa Nyarko, Grace Linda Obeng-Kwaah, Rosemary Okpei, Marese Opare-Djan, John Richardson Osei, Patricia Alberta Osei-Boafo, Raphael Osei-Korsorku, Enyonam Penrose, Regina Pianim, Rania Quansah, Stella Aba Quartey, Kwamina Rockson, Jessica Sackey-Mensah, Lisa Salifu, Nana Aisha Sarfo, Jesse Bobe Selormey, Peter Mawuli Solomon, Ruby Soyiri, Nicholas Nawiir Spio, Yvonne Sybil Tackie, Henrietta Eunice Tawiah, Thelma Tetteh-Quarshie, Cyril Tornui, Kwasi Daniel Tsagbey-Foliba, Mawunya Tata Kwesi Vormawor, Mawuse Hor Webb, Georgia Augusta Yentumi, Nana Afua Seiwah

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN DIETETICS Ababio, Benjamin Kofi Abukari, Abdul-Latif Adade, Solomon Yao-Say Alhassan, Taofik Ampofo, Richard Owusu Ankoma, Akosua Bema Carboo, Janet Adede Kudozia, Richmond Kumah, Manfred Laryea, Emmanuel Nii Ayi Laweh, Isaiah Tetteh Mensah, Daniel Oppong Ohipeni-Ablode, Mawuli Owusu-Agyei, Esther Sackey, Alfred Tawiah Sumaila, Issah Yeboah, Georgina Benewaa

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCES Chemical Pathology Anyele, Agnes Awisi, Benedicta Azasu, Hope Naa Anowah Quarcoo Otto-Von, Bismark Tor-Bawuonaah, Festus Yeboah, Gideon Microbiology Abiatekum, Joseph Anuriba Addo-Lartey, Birago Eunice Adomako, Joseph Adzobgle, Benedict Agyei, Jeffery Akorley Eric

Akuetteh, Benjamin Konney Amoah, Ebo Richard Anankor, Jonas Asandem, Asema Dian Baiden, Lambert Wilson Boakye, Nana Addo Dogbe, Roger Dzikunu, Anthony Eshun, Joseph Kofi Provencal Eyia-Amaph, Sophia Gadri, Lydia Yaa Ghanem, Valentine Golden Kodom, Sarkodie Kwabi, Mensah Emmanuel Kwakye, Isaac Norshie, Venus Ogunmoroti, Marcus Kehinde Opoku, Kofi Derick Osei, Jonathan Appianing Osumanu, Alhassan Hisham Quarchie, Majorie Ntiwaa

Haematology Addogoh, Michael Adenyo, Emmanuel Agbazo, Lovejoy Clifford Ahenkoraa, Adwoa Nyarkoa Amoah-Mensah, Michael Boafo, Owusu Andrew Lemawu, Victor Musah, Rabi Quao, Elizabeth Shaibu, Alhassan Wiredu, Abena Nyarkoa Yobo, Josephine BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSIOTHERAPY Abbey, Winifred Naa Abele Abebrese, Thomas Aboah, Amma Anima Adjokatse, Joyce Lomokie

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Afrifa, Diana Ama Agyei, Anastasia Yaa Mirekua Allotey, Jessie Aku Antwi, Nana Boakye Boakye, Hosea Danso, Jeffrey Amoah Davor, Setordzor Frederick Dodoo, Frances Afra Edu, Augustine Fowewe-Eshinlokun, Saidat Klu, Mawulolo Kotei, Rebecca Kuorkor Lotsu, Edmund Senanu Magyan, Juliet Asiedua Mangdow, Mustapha Wuni Mensa-Bonsu, Ellen Afriyie Mensah, Naa Abokailey Mohammed, Tawagidu Noamesi, Nana Ama Siba Obeng, Florence Obodai, Gertrude Torshie Opoku Bridgette Owusu Odame, Derek Francis Owusu, Anthony Twum Quainoo, Jeffrey William Quartey-Papafio, Clement Sam, Bernard Zimmowura, Seidu

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN RADIOGRAPHY Adjei-Baah, Ebenezer Afari, Kofi Agbenyo, Patience Aku-Sika Agiobu-Alafun, Ruth Dinsey, Wilson Ezeanya, Jennifer Gyimah, Isaac Hunu, Emmanuel Edem Koranteng, Kojo Owusu Kwarteng, Richard Osei Laryea, Priscilla A.

Matey, Ebenezer Tawiah Nkansah, Josephine Abena Offei, Richard Owusu Ogbuokiri, Ihuoma Esther Osei-Bonsu, Adelaide Owusu, Bright Nyasemhwe Quartey, Millicent Sasu, Philip Mensah Williams-Addah, Bessy Ada

BACHELOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH Ababio, Judith Selorm Ama Abor-Adjei, Faustina Abraham, Akataba Acheampomaa, Angela Addae-Kyereme, Jane Addo, Christiana Osaebea Adom, Frempong Agudey, Daniel Tetteh Agyemfra, Kate Ahiakpah, Sena Ahmed, Ramseyer Aidoo, Ernestina Ayaago Akila, Diana Ayinpokbila Akuffo, Afua Darkoah Akwei, Gideon Adotey Amedo, Enos Kwame Amoako, Doris Ampea-Badu, Theresa Anekor, Peter Paul Annor, Joseph Kofi Ansah, Susuana Ama Antwi, Comfort Anyagre, Awindago Jonathan Arthur, Cecilia Asiamah, Sabina Asiedu, Busby Kwame Asinyo, Victoria Emefa Atiagbo, Francis Attachey, Christiana Avagu, Richard

Awinbobo, Wigbert Nyaaba Bekoe, Vivian Boame, Esther Bofah, Justina Bondzie, Selina Akua Brantuo, Emmanuel Kofi Nti Briku, Kenneth Kweku Dankwa, Grace Danso, Christiana Emelia Dartey, Bismark Kwasi Deku, Evelyn Lanyo Abla Djan, Josephine Amanobea Dompreh, Leticia Dzandu, Wisdom Kwasi Effah, Kwaw Ernest Essuman, Eric Fiah, Peggy Selase Fiawudzo-Goku, Hope Frimpong, Augustine Fummey, Maryland Enyonam Fuseini, Lydia Mma Fuseini, Mavis Mwinisumbu Gadzekpo, Augustina Ghartey, Charles Bonney Gyaase-Nketiah, Florence Hickson Asirifi, Vivian Intsiful, Christina Kampitib, Grace Billi Keteku, Peggy Kodi, Nathaniel Nii Korley Konka, Daniel Konlan, Emmanuel Piteeb Kumi, Mary Asantewa Mahamadu, Abraham Medufia, Lydia Ami Menkah, Abigail Afia Mettle-Asase, Rosemond Mohammed, Sophia Asher Nelson, Ruth Pomaah Ngrugma, Jagri Isaac Nkrumah, Mercy Nyarko, Samuel Okine, Juliana Kaale

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Opare, Stella Opare, William Opoku, Georgina Oppong-Darko, Prince Passah, Eve Irene Quaye, Pamela Safori, Henry Seddo, Christian Sejoah, Alice Rita Sepenoo, Jacob Arnold Tahiru, Sulemana Takyi Amppiaw, Stella Tamal, Christopher Sunkwa Tettey, Yayra Afua Korkor Tigaa, Elizabeth Naboo Tindana, Cletus Kuug Titiati, Perfect Toffey, Victoria Tuah, Patience Twumasi, Judith Buruwaa Wood, Elizabeth Adjoa Wullar, Gershion Yamson, Theresa Naana Yamson, Albert Raymond

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE Abdul-Hamid, Fathiya Abiri, Kwadwo Boafo Adams, David Mensah Addo, Kwame Boama Addo, Laud Kpakpo Adegbaju, Fadekemi Adetola Adinkrah-Kosopre, Emmanuel Adinyira, Nana Ohene-Ntow Adjei, Michael Ofori Adjei, Emmanuel Manu Adomah, Clement Adu-Gyamfi, Amos Adu-Poku, Michael Aduse-Poku, Michael Adutwum, Ankrah Samuel

Adutwum, Samuel Adzadu, John Bernard Afari, Alex Afreh, Kwame Alfred Agbemazi, Jacob Agbenyo, Randy Koku Agbenyo, Amos Edem Agbesi, Daniel Kwame Agortey, Evans Sackey Agyapong, Vincent Agyekum, Emmanuel Agyeman, Oti-Boateng Seth Agyemang, Eric Ahiagbenyo, Divine Aidoo, Joseph Paapa Akanwari, Jerry Akomeah, Justice Osei Akoto, Belinda Akwabeng, Prince Michael Alawi, Mohammed Jamal Alhassan, Mohammed Amaane, Emmanuel Amaning-Kwarteng, Kwadwo Amankwah, Isaac Ofe Amarteifio, John Buxton Amegashie, Juliet Ametowodo, Ebenezer Amissah, Eric Amoako, Peter Baafi Ampenyin, Lawrence Amuzu, Agatha Mawusi Amuzu, Joshua Anane, Hiram Kweku Anderson, Caleb Joshua Anibrika, Eric Ankomah, Ofori Attah Antwi, Leticia Adwoa Anima Antwi, Paul Adjei Appertey, Eugene Dawutey Appiah, Alfred Appiah, Boakye Dennis Armah, Berchmans Richard Armah, Dennis

Asamoah, Boahen Stephen Asamoah, George Kofi Asante, Michael Kwaku Asarboakye, Joseph Nana Asare, Eric Junior Attah, Stephen Attoh, Ebenezer Attopley, Kobla Nekht Awuah, Kumi Obed Awunyo, Nathaniel Azagloe, Edem Felix Baah, Prince Baah Nkansah, Anthony Banini, Prince Bempah, Emmanuel Boateng Bene-Alhasan, Abdumajid Bio Abdul-Salam, Tijani Blay, Vincent Sampson Boamah, Eric Amoafo Boateng, Richard Boateng, Elisha Adomako Bosompem, Michael Adu Buafi, Frederick Buku Kodjo, Xorladem Kodjo Cobbinah, John Kwesi Crankson, Kweku Bekoe Danso, Joseph Danyo, Peter Atsu Darfour, Richard Dari, Issah Mohammed Darkey, Bright Dintie, Hamidu Djan, Wilfred Nii Abbey Djigbenou, Schadrac Denon Dogbe, Wisdom Dorkenoo, Jonathan Dotsey, Irene Eyram Dzakator, Sedinam Dziwornu, Julius Eli Elikem, Essouassi Essien, Ngisah Daniel Fynn-Williams, Betty Gbafah, Gilbert Kwamitse

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Gbarjolo, Alex Lovine Glavee, Cephas Gyamfi, William Hiadzi, Ama Delight Hoya, Kodzo Jonathan Hushie, Carlton Corley Imprem, Julius Karikari, Arko Uriah Kedze-Kaditey Keita, Gelgboikai Abu Koomson, Joop Visser Koranteng, George Kpabitey, Sylvia Kpodo, Ivy Kpogo, Livingstone Agbee Kpormegbe, Moses Kofi Kumah, Florence Jessica Kumah, Emmanuel Junior Kusi, Kwabena Junior Kutoh, Cudjoe Caleb Kwapong, Timothy Lamptey, Naa Lamiley Lamptey, Jeffrey Nii Odartey Laryea, Anita Ahiney Lawson, Nii Lantey Mabrey, Courage Kwesi Manu, James Marfo, Danso Edward Mbir, Kweku Eduful Migwanga My-Koumbi, Eddy Mingle, Jonathan Musah, Issah Musah, Bukari Nagaiya, Sharif Abdul Aziz Nana-Ampon Junior, Frank Nartey, Nancy Nartey-Logo, Micheal Nuhu, Jafar Ibun Nurudeen, Ibrahim Nyamalor, Victor Yao Efui Nyarko-Mensah, Anthony Nyatepe, Shepherd Kweku Obeng, Ntiamoah Nana Yaw

Obiri, Emmanuel Yeboah Odoi, Justice Opare Odoi-Darko, Kwasi Ofori, Eric Kwesi Makafui Ofosu Appiah, Philip Okona, Samuel Okpala, Kenechukwu Robert Okraku, Lynda-Gwen Opoku, Evans Oppong, Bismark Oppong, Andoh Frank Oppong-Fosu, Wiafe Yaw Osei-Tutu, Albert Osman, Shaibu Otchere, Olivia Owusu, Veronica Anokyewaa Owusu, Ansah Desmond Quaye, Joseph Kpakpo Quaye, Jeff Sackey, George Sarfo, Ofori Roland Sasu, Kennedy Senie, Eric Siaw-Adane, Kwadwo Osafo Silbaway, Ayishatu Sintim, Joshua Osei Sorsy, Samuel Mawusi Sowah, Nii Nai Tawiah, Desmond Tawiah, Edward Tedzi, Benjamin Pedidiah Tweneboah, Martin Vukania, Daisy Hatong Wilmarx, Edna Yanore Ayinbisa Yeboah, George Gyan Yirenkyi, Emmanuel Ziddah, Selasie


Addo, Sybil Aduni, Rahinatu Agbagba, Esime Francisca Agbodzie, Angelo Norkplim Akolgo, Bernard Nyaaba Amponsah, Gloria Serwaa Angmor, Samuel Apperkon Arthur, Linda Ashley, Bryan Asiamah-Yeboah, Gordon Atsu, Benedicta Kafui Awuku, Betty Esi Billey, Mubarak Soudre Boapeah, Serwaa Eno Boateng, Ellen Brenya Broni, Samuel Degboe, Faith Kwami Dompreh, Portia Dwira, Akosua Sarpomaa Eduafo-Abraham, Rebecca Elias, Farida Eweh, Maxwell Ibrahim, Abubakar Siddique Johnson, Victoria Krampah, Ebenezer Kuma, Phillis Lamptey, Alberta Naa Mohammed Malik, Rukaya Odikro, Magdalene Akos Okyere, Naa Adjoa Bridget Osei-Tutu, Sheila Tagoe, Sampson Tamatey, Gifty Tetteh, Felix Kofi Tetteh, Noble Nortey Zackson, Ebenezer Julius

DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURE Aanyerepuo, Nuorinaa Abdulai, Kassim Abosi, Afari Evans Abugri, Joseph Akologo

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Adade, Patrick Addai, Dominic Addai, Mark Osei Adonu, Richard Adusei, Anita Adzadi, Yao Prosper Adzah, John Adzei, John Afertornu, Wilberforce Afetorgbor, Moses Agbovi, Martin Teye Agginie, George Komla Bishop Agombire, Micheal Baba Ahadzi, Godsway Akortia, Eric Kwasi Akoto, Ebenezer Alatevi, Richard Amedonu, Sarah Amedorme, Michael Senson Amegbe, Emmanuel Amidatu, Adam Amoah, Kofi Ambrose Amoateng, Kwame Ampaabeng, Frederick Anane, Charles Nickson Anim, Boafo Anokye, Michael Ansah, Ruth Appiah, Samuel Koranteng Appoh, Emmanuel Arimiyaaw, Nurudeen Mohammed Asante, Benjamin Asare, Alfred

Asiedu, Victoria Ayariga, Sylvester Kwesi Ayembilla, Jimmy Banahene, Joseph Basiru, Yakubu Mohammed Boampong, Asante Boateng, Daniel Duah Brabi, Fabiola Yaa Damfei, Joseph Dayman, Abdul Rasheed Dickson-Danquah, Stephen Dimongso, Osman Dorsaah, Dery Isaac Dzamesi, Evans Jonas Entsie, Emmanuel Fosu, Yaw Lemuel Fuvi, Cephas Kofi Gbenor, Maxwell Dugbatey Gershon, Roylance Boye Haruna, Mubarak Hode, Frank Jambeidu, Talata Joseph Kanjor, Kojo Kele-Onni, Isaac Nambare Klutse, Richard Kwasi Koranteng, Owusu William Kpornu, Innocent Kporvuvu, Ruth Evelyn Kumatsia, Albert Madegu, Martin Luther Marfo, Kwabena Agyei Mbami, Rexford Daziug Mensah, Afotey Jonathan Mensah, Poku Amoah

Mintah, Margaret Gyamfuah Nasamu, Benjamin Mumuni Nimfa, Richard Nkonu, Selom Nukpe, Peter Nyaaba, Roger Yaw Nyarko, Bismark Nyarko, John Obeng, Ayiah Bright Oduro, Grace Asantewaa Ofori, David Ofosu, Diana Onayo, Enoch Kudjo Adehia Osei, Victor Otchere, Francis Owusu, Deborah Richlove Razak, Assela Ibrahim Sackey, Nii Theophilus Salifu, Dawuda Sampson, Richard Sarfo, Kwasi Bonsu Sarpong, Daniel Seidu, Hudu Sumaa, Martin Tibile, Awini Boniface Tweneboah-Koduah, Hayford Yahyah, Osman Yakubu, Mohammed Yeboah, Agyei Daniel Yeboah, Emmanuel Yeboah, Kwame Yevuyibor, Sesinam Kweku Yidana, Ibraham Wumbei Yuorkuu, Protase

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likem Essouassi is one of the four Valedictorians at the November Congregation. He is graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree Major in Soil Science from the College of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences with a Final Grade Point Average of 3.95. He attended Odorgonno Senior High School in Accra. Elikem chose the University of Ghana for its high academic standard and international recognition. For him, the University of Ghana provides an environment that motivates students to aspire to reach to the top of their studies, and ultimately their career. Asked what his future aspirations are, Elikem says he would like to pursue further education to become a top scientist. He is eager to impart the knowledge and experience he has acquired to help improve the standard of science education in the country.

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God bless our homeland Ghana, And make our nation great and strong, Bold to defend forever The cause of freedom and of right. Fill our hearts with true humility Make us cherish fearless honesty, And help us to resist oppressors’ rule With all our will and might evermore.

Hail University of Ghana The nation’s hope and glory The place that bears the star of peace That bids us all to do our best Let the great Tower of learning Inspire both young and old May we proceed in unity to uphold the public cause.

Hail to thy name, O Ghana To thee we make our solemn vow; Steadfast to build together A nation strong in Unity; With our gifts of mind and strength of arm, Whether night or day, in the midst of storm, In every need whate’er the call may be, To serve thee, Ghana, now and evermore.

//: Arise, arise O Legon Defend the cause of freedom Proceed in truth and integrity to make our nation proud ://

Raise high the flag of Ghana, And one with Africa advance; Black star of hope and honor, To all who thirst for liberty; Where the banner of Ghana free flies, May the way to freedom truly lie Arise, arise, O sons of Ghanaland, And under God march on forevermore.

We ask for strength and wisdom As we climb the hill of learning May we excel in what’er we do As we prepare to face the world With a mind ready at all times And a conscience quick to feel May we proceed in unity to uphold the public cause. //: Arise, arise O Legon Defend the cause of freedom Proceed in truth and integrity to make our nation proud :// (Prof. Emeritus J. H. Kwabena Nketia)


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While you were here: 2009-2013 2009 • The University’s ICTbased Distance Education Project, sponsored by the Government of Ghana through a concessionary loan from the People’s Republic of China was launched. The project is geared towards improving upon the quality of teaching, learning and research through the introduction of an e-learning system. 2010 • The University made changes to the requirements for graduation in content and structure, introducing critical thinking, logic and behaviourism to instill critical thinking in students’ life and mode of analysis. 2011 • University of Ghana makes changes in reopening schedule to accommodate candidates who wrote their entrance

examinations in May/June 2011 to allow successful applicants to enter the University in the same year rather than having to wait for a year as is usually the case. This arose partly because the WASSCE was not written in June due to the change from a 3-year to a 4-year Senior High School education. 2012 • The pioneer class of the Distance Education programme graduated. The University’s Distance Education Programme officially was launched in the 2007/8 academic year to widen access to all qualified applicants irrespective of family, social commitments or geographical background. •

University approves a new structure for PhD programmes in line with international best practices. The new structure will allow

the admission of first degree holders into the MPhil/PhD programmes, the introduction of comprehensive examinations, the introduction of compulsory course work and the formal defense of research proposals. •

Inauguration of Carnegiesponsored Research Commons at the University’s Balme Library.

2013 • In line with the programme to enhance teaching and research, the University has acquired scientific equipment awaiting installation. A Smart X2S Automated System at the Department of Chemistry; An X-Ray Diffractometer at the Department of Physics; a High Performance Liquid Chromatograph (HPLC) to the Department of Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology.

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