Aremu Bags Another Appointment From Kings & Queens Medical University College, Ghana


Prof Sir Bashiru Aremu, UNESCO laureate & Vice-Chancellor, Crown University International Chartered Inc., USA, has commended the President/Chancellor of Kings & Queens Medical University College, Ghana, Professor Jerryson Ameworgbe Gidisu for considering him worthy of his recent appointment as the Chairman, Board of Governing Council of the first Ghana’s accredited private Medical University.

Aremu remarked Friday, in a statement made available to some group of Journalists in Asaba Delta State capital by UNESCO laureate’s Executive Assistant On Media, Publicity & Communication Matters, Comrade Sir Bieni Victor Emenike and promises the best global practices in the discharge of his duties as Chairman.

UNESCO laureate while thanking the Chancellor of Kings and Queens Medical University College, Ghana for the appointment and opportunity to serve the University as Governing Council Chairman, commended both Academic and Non-academic Staff for recruiting academicians who are committed to seeing students succeed and will help them develop their ideas, knowledge and understanding in the field of Medicine and Healthcare Delivery globally.

Prof Aremu added that Kings & Queens Medical University College is not just a home for research and education, however, outstanding as Kings & Queens Medical University College, Ghana was established precisely with this solemn objective of providing quality education, training, research and consultancy.

The statement read in parts: “On behalf of the Governing Council, I’m pleased to inform you that the Governing Council has approved your appointment as Chairman of Advisory Council, Kings & Queens Medical University College, Ghana”.

“Congratulations on your appointment in Kings & Queens Medical University College, Ghana!”

UNESCO laureate while reacting further to the appointment promises competence and commitment to duties of the Advisory Board.


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