AAMUSTED Student Donates Security Accoutrements to University, Others Innovate Road Safety Signage

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A Level 200 Information Technology Education (ITE) Student of the Akenten Appiah-Menka University of Skills Training and Entrepreneurial Development (AAMUSTED), Mr. Samuel Agyemang Abora, has donated security accouterments to the University in his bid to augment the Management’s efforts to enhance safety and security on the campus.

Presenting the accoutrements last Monday, September 12, 2022, Mr. Abora said he was motivated to acquire the items for the University Security Personnel, seeing how devoted they discharged their duties to keep students safe on campus.

Mr. Samuel Agyemang Abora (in a red flying tie) presenting the security accoutrements

He was hopeful that with the items, the personnel would further enhance their work to nib in the bud the occasional attacks some miscreants visit on unsuspecting students and rob them of their personal effects. He encouraged them to maintain the item the best way possible so they could last to yield maximum returns.

Mr. David Owusu-Antwi of the Directorate of University Relations (DUR) received the items on behalf of the University Management. He thanked Mr. Abora for the kind gesture and assured him that the University would put the donated items to the best use to enhance security on campus.

Donated security accoutrements

The Coordinator for the Security Session, Mr. Hayford Agyemang, also thanked Mr. Abora, explaining that all the items were essential to their work.

In a related development, a team of eight (8) Level 300 Management students of the University also donated three wooden “No Parking” Signage for use in and around the University campus in Kumasi. The signage was the project work for the team that called itself the Unbreakable after they completed the Innovation and Design Thinking Course as part of their four-year Management Programme.

Mr. David Owusu-Antwi, Directorate of University Relations (DUR), with a gesture of appreciation

Their leader, Miss Philippa Frimpong, was grateful for the knowledge they acquired from the course, for which they were able to innovate the signage to improve the safe use of the roads in the environs of the University.

Mr. Owusu-Antwi again received the signage on behalf of Management and commended the students for taking steps to solve a societal need after the course. He encouraged them not to limit the effort to the four walls of the University but extend their imagination to establish a business that could employ others.