The Vice Chancellor of the University of Energy and natural Resources, Professor Elvis Asare Bediako has stated that the type of professional educational standards offered to the students of the university is paramount and best ever hence every employers endeavors rush for their products.
This according to him, has enabled graduands of the institution to raise the standard of every field they enter for job with maximum expertise.
Professor Elvis Asare Bediako claimed that organizations which have offered opportunities to University of Energy and Natural Resources graduates turn to praise the University for such unique professionals it has produced.
In an interview with heroesghnews reporter, Nana Asempa Asa in sunyani after Ecobank Ghana has resourced the University Community with 8 vehicles to enable the authorities to smoothly run and discharge their duties.
The eight vehicles were two each of 64 seater Busses, 33 Coatal Busses, Toyota Hilux and Toyota Hiace to support the University’s field work.
Meanwhile the President of the Students Representatives Council SRC, Richard Wiafe said due to lack of vehicle, school activities have been halted over the years.
He worried over how Student Council often result to rent busses in time they intend to embark on any formal journey, adding that these vehicles since its induction had reduced the burden of transportation challenge of the University.
Handing over the vehicles to the University Council, Mr. Desmond Afoakwah, the Senior Relationship Manager for Sunyani and Kenyase said the gesture is a manifestation of a cordial relationship between public university and a Bank.
It shows that the Bank is capable to support the general public in times of support.
He disclosed that, It was actually a loan facility that was granted the high institution to acquire the vehicles and it’s always ready to render support to the institution at any time.
According to Mr Desmond Afuakwa, there has been stiff competition in the Banking industry now and it is a privilege for Ecobank to partner with the University of Energy and Natural Resources.
by Rexkin Ohene Boateng