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SRC Week Celebration Main Activities Begin Today

The weeklong celebration of the SRC as part of activities marking 50 years of the SRC starts in earnest today Monday, February 25 to Sunday, March 3.

The events scheduled for the celebration will feature high profile persons including Osabarima Kwesi Atta II, paramount chief of Cape Coast, Prof. D.D. Kuupole, Vice-Chancellor UCC, Prof. Naana Opoku Agyemang, Minister of Education and former Vice-Chancellor UCC and a host of other dignitaries.

The activities will include a procession, public lecture, Agrofie with TV Crew, Leadership and Success Summit, Theatre and Cultural Night, Inter-University Parliamentary Debate and a lot more.

On Monday, there would be a public lecture at FELT Auditorium 900 on the topic ‘The Impact of Students’ Leadership on Tertiary Education and Social Change;UCC SRC as a case study’ by Prof. George K.T. Oduro, a former Director of IEPA and former UCC SRC President. In the evening, there would be a procession from the forecourt of Casford Hall to the old site.

On Tuesday evening, the Agrofie with TV crew will be held at the forecourt of the Casford Hall.

On Wednesday,there shall be a leadership and success summit at FELT Auditorium 900 at 10am which aims at instilling a winning attitude. In the evening, there would be a theatre and cultural night at the UCC Main Auditorium at 7pm featuring troupes fom the CNC and UCC department of Arts. The rate is free.

An Inter-Unversity Parliamentary debate between UCC and KNUST parliamentarians will take place on Thursday, February 28. There would also be a leadership seminar for religious leaders at 6pm at the SRC hostel conference rooom.

Friday will see the inauguration of the UCC Central Cadet, a Muslim Summit at 10am at Sasakawa conference room and a Wulomei Night at 7pm at the Kwame Nkrumah Hall forecourt.

Saturday will be a street carnival which starts at 8pm at the Science Taxi Rank.

A joint thanksgiving service will be held at the congregation grounds at 8am and a gospel rockshow at 6pm at the Adehye hall forecourt.