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36 University of Ghana Students Receive Laptops from Vice-Chancellor

Photos of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana handing over laptops to students have surfaced online in furtherance with an initiative by the Vice Chancellor to promote digital literacy in students.

Photos of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana handing over laptops to students have surfaced online. This initiative, led by Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, is part of the “One Student One Laptop” program, which aims to enhance students’ digital literacy.

The effort has received widespread approval from netizens, with the University of Ghana sharing updates on its X (formerly Twitter) page.

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Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, has distributed thirty-six laptops to students at the university.

This distribution is a segment of the “One Student, One Laptop” initiative, designed to reduce the digital literacy gap on campus.

The laptops were handed over at the Cedi Conference Centre. The University of Ghana announced the event on its X (formerly Twitter) page:

“36 students, including four with special needs from UG, received laptops through the Vice-Chancellor’s ‘One Student One Laptop’ Initiative. This fourth ceremony brings the total to 346 laptops distributed since inception.”

The “One Student, One Laptop” initiative is a progressive program initiated by Vice-Chancellor Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, aiming to equip students with the necessary digital tools to enhance their learning experience and job readiness. This commitment to digital inclusion is a significant step toward bridging the digital divide.

Students who received the laptops expressed their gratitude and excitement. They were all smiles as they accepted the laptops from the Vice-Chancellor and other faculty members.

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