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10-Nov-2019  
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Kojo Danquah, a graduate student at University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) as part of his Birthday Celebration has donated Tissues and other toiletries worth Hundreds of Ghana cedi to the Research Commons at Balme Library.

He presented boxes of tissues and other toiletries to the Research Center for Graduate students who go there to use the facilities at the Balme library.

The items were received by the Administrator of the Research Commons, Mrs. Olive and other staffs on behalf of the Students. 

Kojo Danquah in his presentation indicated that this initiative was as a result of his personal experience at the wash rooms where he could not get a tissue when he visited there.

The Administrator of the Research Commons, Mrs. Olive on behalf of the staffs expressed her gratitude to Kojo Danquah for that thoughtful initiative of solving a problem in his own way and prayed that other students will emulate his philanthropic attitude and follow suit.

She further used that as opportunity and informs the students available the electronic resources available at the research center and urged students to make good use of such resources as they have paid for it already.

He has earlier shared hundreds of bottle water with colleague students to quench their taste after lectures and celebrate with them as his happy day. Kojo Dankwa said it was necessary for him to share his happiness with colleague students and praise the Almighty for adding yet another year to his altruistic Life.

 

 

 





 
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