University graduates should develop positive attitudes – CEO of Kama Group

University graduates have been asked to develop positive attitudes and use the knowledge acquired to create opportunities for themselves and society.

Dr Michael Agyekum Addo, Chief Executive Officer of KAMA group of companies, who made the call, said the foundation of success, regardless of one’s chosen field of endeavour is attitude.

Speaking at the 35th graduation ceremony of the Christian Service University College (CSUC) in Kumasi on Saturday, Dr Addo pointed out that, the world was ready to receive people with positive entrepreneurial attitude.

“The World is ready to accept, receive, honour and remunerate people with talents and positive attitudes; people who can identify opportunities, people who can use their right hand side of the brain to imagine and seize opportunities”, he emphasized.

Five hundred and seventy two (572) graduands received degrees, diplomas and certificates in theology, business administration, communication studies and computer science.

Dr Addo said Ghana has the potential to succeed if the people developed good attitude and take right decisions at the right time.

He charged the graduands to take advantage of opportunities around them to better their lot, that of their families and the society as whole.

Right Reverend Professor Osei Safo-Kantanka, Council Chairman of the University, expressed concern about the frequent changes in the duration of senior secondary education in the country and said the situation was negatively affecting the enrollment of private universities.

He said private participation in tertiary education has now become a realty in Ghana.

There is therefore the need for regulators not only to ensure requisite standards and quality output but also play effective facilitating role to enable infant organizations and institutions to stand on their feet.

Professor Emmanuel Frempong, President of the University, said in line with its mission, CSUC would continue to train and equip graduates not only with the requisite academic and professional knowledge but with faith in Christ and a strong sense of moral uprightness for national development.

He said a quality assurance unit has been established to check, enforce and maintain the highest quality standards in research, teaching and learning as well as service delivery.

Source: GNA

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