63 students graduate from OTEC School of Journalism

A total of 63 students from 2019 to 2021 have graduated from the OTEC School of Journalism and Communication Studies after a two-year course.

They have been awarded certificates in Diploma in Communication Studies at the 4th Graduation ceremony, held on Sunday, July 10, 2022 in Kumasi under the theme: ‘Ensuring Responsible Journalism – The Role of Media Training Institutions’.

Two students, John Adusei and Cecilia Agyemang, were awarded for outstanding performance, while Anthony Opoku Amponsah received the Most Disciplined Student award.

The Principal of the school, Matthew Donkor, charged the graduating students to uphold the values of the institution as fresh alumni, and advised them to retool themselves in order to be at the center of exceptional solutions for the establishment and practicing of good journalism in society.

The Special Guest of Honour, Kwabena Owusu-Nketiah, Obuasi Municipal Education Director, acknowledged the immense contribution made by the students, the management, staff and all stakeholders to see the great Institution grow from its humble beginning to the present status.

He called on the out-going students to create positive impacts in the lives of people by adopting the four-way test of Truth, Fairness, Goodwill and Better Friendship and Beneficial Attitude as a guide in their future undertakings.

In attendance at the 4th Graduation ceremony were distinguished personalities, including the Director of the School, Deborah Oppong Twumasi, the Registrar of the Ghana Institute of Languages, Eric Osei Kwakye, and a Board Member of the school, Mr. Boateng, and members of staff.


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