Ghana - UK almuni welcome his excellency, the new British High Commissioner to Ghana

Reception to be held by University of Leicester alumni and students

Issued by British Council on 20 September 2011

Ghana-UK Alumni in Partnership with Quality Distance Learning Resource Centre (QDL) in Ghana has invited its members and members of the University of Leicester Alumni and Students to a cocktail party to be hosted by Moses Anibaba, Director of British Council Ghana on Friday 23rd September 2011 at British Council, Accra.

The groups made up of various UK Universities Alumnae and Professional Bodies will welcome the new British High Commissioner to Ghana, His Excellency, Mr. Peter Edward Jones.

Diana Yanney, Head, Corporate Affairs & Higher Education Services commenting on the event said “A Education UK education provides an opportunity for high quality education to be accessed in all subject  at all levels, which enhances careers, life and creates a viable investment for the future. This event will help promote the quality of UK education and to bring together students and alumni in Ghana and ultimately establish a united Ghana -UK Alumni Association which will enhance communications and encourage knowledge sharing among members of the various groups”

The statement further stated that invitation has been extended to other UK Alumnae and Professional Bodies to ensure the success of the event.

For more information on the Ghana-UK Alumni, please Higher Education Services department, on 021 610090 or Dr. Jacob Ashong – on 0244341314 and 0277560277

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For more information, please contact the Corporate Affairs department on 021 610090 or email

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