All Nation's University builds GH¢2.1m structure for course in oil and gas
The All Nations University College in Koforidua will roll out an Oil and Gas Engineering programme in six months.
The President of the University, Dr Samuel Donkor made this known in Koforidua, when he conducted media personnel round the new site of the University on the Akwadum Road at the weekend.
The university is constructing a GH¢ 2.1 million building to be used for the programme, which comprise lecture theatres and workshops.
The facility would also accommodate bio-medical engineering, civil and mechanical engineering departments.
Dr Donkor said the university had the desire to produce quality engineers who could compete with the best engineers in the world with the capacity to design, innovate and build engines that could power the national industrial development.
He said as a result, the university was investing heavily in equipment to expose students to practical education.
ALL IS SET, I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS SO MUCH FOR MAKING ROOM FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS ALSO HAVE A FEEL OF CONTINUING THEIR STUDIES AND I WISH TO BE AMONG THE FIRST BATCH OF STUDENTS TO ENROLL AND STUDY OIL AND GAS IN THIS UNIVERSITY. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.