The Class of 1998 of the Department of Mining Engineering has Donated Office Equipment to the Department
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Mr Gyan Budu Left Presenting the Equipment to Prof Aroja
Some members of the graduating Class of 1998 Mining Engineering graduants have donated a set of Office Equipment to their Department. The equipment includes a 4-in-one photocopier, one spare drum Unit, three cartridges, a stabilizer and 10 packets of A4 sheets.
Making the donation, Mr Kobina Gyan Budu, the Mining Sales Team Lead of Vivo Energy and the representative of the Class said they received a request from the Head of Department, Prof Peter Arroja Eshun, who is also one of their classmates and decided to mobilise the resources to support the department’s efforts in advancing teaching and research in the University. The donation was spearheaded by Mr Francis Tandoh, a Private Businessman in the United States of America and a former room-mate of Mr Kobina Gyan Budu.
Receiving the equipment on behalf of the Vice Chancellor, the Dean of the Faculty of Mineral Resources Technology, Prof Richard Amankwah thanked the Class of 1998 for the donation and promised that the equipment would be used for the benefit of the Department of Mining Engineering and the University as a whole.
Source: Paul Y.A. Yeboah, Assistant Registrar (University Relations Office)