Valley View University Switched More Attention On Job Creation Faculties


The Valley University VVU has switched more attention on job creation courses to enable their graduate establish their own jobs to avoid unemployment challenges thousands of students face after their graduation.

The Rector of the Valley View University Campus of Techiman, Pastor Doctor Peter Agyekum Boateng said  VVU campuses have switched more attention on job creation ventures to create more job opportunities for Ghanaians.

This came to light when marking the 40th anniversary of the VVU main campus and 25th congregation ceremony of Techiman Campus. The joint ceremony also marked the 10th anniversary of the Techiman campus.

The colourful combined anniversary and congregation ceremony was been attended by high class of personalities in Ghana and beyond.

What attests their jobs creation venture is clearly shown as the VVU Campus of Techiman alone has acquired 500 acres piece of land in Kintampo for their mechanized farming besides their farms on Techiman campus.

What makes the news is that, the VVU has put behind admitting only academic scholars but has also admitted and engaged hundreds of Ghanaian returnees to enroll as students on campus studying vocational skills and modern farming approaches.

The special guest of hour at the colouful occasion, Hon. Osei Owusu the first deputy speaker of parliament commended the VVU for been switched to job creation ventures on their campuses.

He said several students after their graduation fund it difficult to be maintained in their various working places of their national service due to their ill performances.

The 2019 grandaunts president, Master Isaac Osei Homeda says VVU is prime choice for any student who prefers to be self employed after his degree course.

At the colourful ceremony the grandaunts from the various categories were been honoured with; diploma awards, first degree and masters.

The distinctiveness of the Valley View University school reflected as thousands of their grandaunts came out with first class, 2nd upper divisions and their lest number accounted for 3rd class division.

Johnson Takyi reports


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