This, he said, would help to promote effective integration and socio-economic development.
Mr Angkosaala was addressing the eighth matriculation ceremony for 474 students of the Institute, who have been admitted to study French, German, Spanish, Arabic, English and bilingual secretary-ship. Mr Angkosaala advised the students to avoid procrastination, planned and organised their activities in a manner that would enable them to pursue their goals successfully. He also told them to distance themselves from questionable lifestyles saying: “I want you to be builders and not wreckers of the society.” The acting Director asked the students to serve as “ambassadors of peace” and to help promote social harmony and understanding.
Mr Edwin Dery, Head of the Institute, said they have planned to collaborate with the University of Cape Coast (UCC), to run degree programmes. They have acquired a 33-acre stretch of land at Sawua in the Bosomtwe District to build hostels to accommodate both students and staff.
Nana Kyei Baffour II, Asemhene, advised Ghanaians not to only develop interest in the learning of international languages but the local ones as well.
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