Mr. Mike-Morrison Kekeli Badagbor has donated to the Evangelical Presbyterian University College (UPUC).
As part of his quest to see EPUC develop to the require status in terms of infrastructure and other auxiliary facilities, Mike-Morrison Kekeli Badagbor has donated fifteen (15) bags of cement towards the development of Evangelical Presbyterian University College canteen.
At a brief ceremony to handover the said building materials, the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) president hopeful has place a call to alumni groups to come to the rescue of the school as they put resources together to build a befitting canteen for the school.
You will recall that in 2019, the SRC felt the urgent need for a modern and befitting canteen to serve the needs of the ever increasing students body. Work commenced steadily on the project but stalled afterwards for lack of resources. After careful introspection of the situation on the ground Mike-Morrison Kekeli Badagbor thought it wise to support the ongoing construction with his widow’s might to its logical end.
Mike-Morrison Kekeli Badagbor, who is the North Tongu constituency organiser was full of praise for Faisal led 2019 SRC team for taken such bold decision to embark on this all important project which is at the heart of the students and also the current president and his team for taken up the challenge to continue same.
In a statement, Mike-Morrison Kekeli Badagbor has therefore, called on successive SRCs to be development oriented as to set the university up for great.
He again said, there’s a need for all stakeholders hands must be on deck in developing EPUC to a dream university.
The current SRC President on the other hand is grateful for the support and wish Mike-Morrison Kekeli Badagbor well in his endeavours.
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This is the second time he has donated to the school.
Earlier in September, 2021, Mike-Morrison Kekeli Badagbor while in level 200 has donated six (6) pieces of streetlight and it installation components amounting to GH¢2,900 to Help brighten the Ho Kpodzi Campus of Evangelical Presbyterian University College.
The items were received on behalf of EPUC by Professor Edem Kwasi Bakah President of the institution.
The street lights were erected and installed at some vantage places of the school.