The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) which was established in 1952 to champion the nation’s quest to advance in science and technology has over the years conducted an in-person graduation ceremony for its graduates, except this year.
The university has improvised by announcing that its class of 2020 will have their graduation ceremony conducted virtually to avoid any physical contact of the thousands of people who are expected to converge for the occasion.
This was announced by the official Twitter handle of KNUST spotted by Tertiary Ghana
— #WelcomeProfDickson (@KNUST_Live) August 1, 2020
Meanwhile, the investiture of the new Vice-Chancellor Professor (Mrs.) Rita Akosua Dickson has been held on Saturday 1st August 2020 at the Great Hall of KNUST
Ghana’s Coronavirus count has reached the 35,000 plus as the country eases restriction to bring life back to normal.
Remember we are not in normal times and therefore each and everyone should try the possible best to adhere to the safety measures outlined by the ministry of health and the World Health Organization.