Tertiary institutions are tasked by the leader with coming up with workable solutions to problems.

 President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has given tertiary institutions across the country the task of coming up with innovative and effective ways to work with businesses and industry to find practical solutions to urgent problems. He proclaimed that the government was committed to bolstering existing systems and structures in order to ensure that universities fulfilled their duty to produce graduates who may speed up the nation's and global development.

At Legon in Accra yesterday to commemorate the University of Ghana's 75th anniversary, President Akufo-Addo stated that the government "fully supports and shares in your perception to become a research-intensive school, and we will do everything in our power to help you understand it."

According to President Akufo-Addo, 75 years in an institution's existence is no small accomplishment, and the University College of Gold Coast has grown from its humble beginnings in 1948, when it was housed on the grounds of Achimota College, to one of the top colleges in Africa. He continued, "The university continues to be a proud pacesetter in mentoring and nurturing higher institutions and think tanks in the country," adding that there is now widespread recognition of the university's faculties and students' excellent performance as well as the professional successes chalked up by her alumni, both domestically and abroad.

The school, according to the president, has consistently met its goal of creating top-notch human resources and capabilities to meet national and international development needs. The Vice-Chancellor then appointed a 22-member council to oversee the year-long occasion, which kicked off on August 30, 2022.

In addition to public lectures, enjoyment games, sports, and community services, this led to the creation of a company competition that included tree planting and blood donation activities. To commemorate the celebration, both Muslims and Christians took part in today's prayers and thanksgiving services. A special congregation was also held to bestow honorary degrees on a few notable people.

When President Akufo-Addo said that the anniversary undoubtedly brought back memories, but for him, the invaluable function of Dr. J., he made reference to the history of the nation's best university. The public was successfully persuaded to desire the construction of the university by B. Danquah. He claimed that the "inspired creative leadership of this great scholar and nationalist" was responsible for the university's foundation.

According to the President, Dr. Danquah persuaded the British East African government to approve a separate university for the country, which would have been located in Ibadan, Nigeria, on the basis of his minority recommendation after making several fervent interventions in the then-legislative council. How fortunate that choice was, and how much it aided Ghana's current development. It would be entirely appropriate— if not improbable— to describe J. B. On the 75th anniversary of the university's founding, Danquah as its founder may be vividly remembered by all who have been and are benefited by his work, he emphasized, emphasizing. ""

Prof. Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, vice chancellor of the University of Ghana, thanked everyone for their ongoing support, including the school neighborhood, partners, and the celebration planning committee. She urged everyone to keep making contributions to the university's achievement and expressed the hope that more would be accomplished in the following 75 years.

As part of the anniversary party, Prof. Amfo requested funding for the development of a legacy project that would include meeting rooms, an incubation center, and leadership training facilities. She also urged school stakeholders, including alumni, lecturers, and students, to celebrate the university's opening on October 11 by wearing its colors and posting a photo on social media. The university was founded on August 11.

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