New students of the Abbeam Institute of Technology were treated to a night of fun - filled with interesting activities including a serenade of music performances by some acclaimed artists in an event dubbed ‘Akwaaba Night’.
Organized by the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) and Management of the Institute, the ‘Akwaaba Night’ is a welcoming party that is geared at introducing new students to the school. It is also to show appreciation to the students for choosing quality education in Abbeam Institute of Technology.
Students, new and old, as well as interested persons around the environs who were captivated by the organization of the function heavily attended the event – which also included a red carpet session which put the spotlight on what the students and artists who to the event.
The show also witnessed some refreshing performances from the likes of Wisa Greid, Natural Face, Ephraim, Yaw Berk and Eugene of MTN ‘Hitsmaker’ fame.
Abbeam Institute of Technology is a registered foreign tertiary Institution, which is duly registered by the National Accreditation Board and affiliated to internationally recognized Institutions like Cambridge International College and Sunderland University, all in the United Kingdom.
It offers Diploma, Honours Diploma, EBA (Degree) and Masters Degree programs in Media, Communication Studies, Business Administration, IT, Health & Social Science.
Situated in the beautiful area of Kasoa in the Central Region, the Institute has a serene environment that is resourced with state-of-the –art facilities including a modernized library, a high-class computer library, radio and television studios as well as a production unit.
The ‘Akwaaba Nightwas sponsored by Abbeam Productions and Rev. Dr. Abbeam Amponsah Danso.
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