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Ghana Post Surprises Prof Dickson With Vals Gifts

The Managing Director of Ghana Post Company Limited, Mr Bice Osei Kuffour has presented a Valentine presents to the Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

His visit to the institution ahead of the February 14 was in the company of some Kumawood stars including Matilda Asare, Ebenezer Akwasi Antwi known as Dr Likee and Shifo.

Their visit to the vice Chancellor, Prof Rita Akosua Dickson, formed part of the company flagship, “Vals on Wheels” initiative.

The Company presented an impasto painting and a box of chocolate to Prof Dickson to appreciate the school’s contribution to the success story of Ghana Post.

Speaking to Opemsuo radio’s Kwame Awuah Nimfour, Mr Osei Kuffour said, “Ghana Post and KNUST have been in collaboration since the school began E-Voucher in the last 15 years. When our company began recording a decrease in letter postings, what we survived on was some of these external postings such as buying admission forms from the post office and submitting them through the same.

“We were in such collaboration with many other institutions, however, some banks took over from us but then KNUST has remained loyal to Ghana Post and been with Ghana Post through thin and thick. We came here to thank them and present our Valentine present to the Vice Chancellor, Prof Rita Akosua Dickson.”

Prof Dickson described their gesture as a “pleasant surprise” and appreciated the Company for the gifts.

“On behalf of the Management of the KNUST, I thank you for your support for our institution. God bless you.”

Last year, the Company visited Accra-based institutions and organisations as well as statesmen and women with presents.

Among them included former President John Agyekum Kufour; former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings; First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo; former Second Lady, Mrs Matilda Amissah-Arthur, the Ghana Police Service; the Judicial Service; Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA); Ghana Armed Forces; Office of the President; Ministry of Communications and many others.



Source: Fuseini

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