C. K. Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences (CKT-UTAS) inducted into office two of its Management Staff (Foundation Vice-Chancellor and Registrar) Prof. Eric Magnus Wilmot and Dr. Vincent A. Ankamah-Lomotey respectively. The Oath of Office of the two Officers was administered by Professor Gordon Akanzuwine Awandare, the Chairman of the Governing Council. Bishop Alfred Agyenta together with Professor Awandare robed the two Officers with the official University academic gowns.
The colorful investiture of the first Vice-Chancellor and the Registrar was graced by several dignitaries from different sectors in and around the University’s catchment area; Chairman and members of the Governing Council of CKT-UTAS, Officers of Ghana Tertiary Education Commission, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor of UDS, the Vice-Chancellor and Acting Registrar of UBIDS-Wa, the Most Rev. Bishop Alfred Agyenta, Traditional Rulers (Chiana Pio, Navro Pio, Kologo Naaba, and the Rep of Paga Pio) within the catchment area of the University, some political figures, the Head of Administration of Navrongo Health Research Centre, the Director of Tono Irrigation Project, the Principal of St. John Boscos College of Education and a host of other dignitaries.
The investiture was followed by the matriculation of first-year students. The Registrar administered the matriculation oath to the students, both undergraduate and postgraduates paving way for the Vice-Chancellor to formally admit them into the University. The Vice-Chancellor and Registrar urged the student body to abide by the Code of Conduct of Junior Members of the University. The Leader of the CKT-UTAS COVID-19 Response Team admonished staff and students to be wary of the deadly virus and should alert the response team if they felt any of the symptoms of COVID-19 so that the team can take the case up.