Pastor Jonathan Ebo Quaye, the Resident Campus Minister of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) branch of Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA), paid a courtesy call on the newly-appointed Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor Ellis Owusu-Dabo, on Friday, September 23, 2022.
The purpose of the visit was to congratulate Prof. Owusu-Dabo on his reappointment and assure him of the Church’s continuous support for him as he commences his new tenure.
“The Lord continues to do new things every day, as such, there will be unlimited grace to do things that will baffle people,” Pastor Quaye assured the Pro-VC.
Pastor Quaye advised him not to dwell on his past achievements but to keep moving forward so that through him, God will advance His kingdom on the campus of KNUST.
Pastor Ebo Quaye, on behalf of PENSA-KNUST, presented a citation to the newly-appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor as a token of appreciation for his commendable service during his previous tenure.
Receiving the citation, Prof. Ellis Owusu-Dabo expressed heartfelt gratitude to the PENSA-KNUST fraternity for their thoughtfulness expressed through the kind gesture.
He promised to work harder for the university community than ever before, and, therefore, solicited the prayers of the church to enable him to excel in his mandate.
The Resident Campus Pastor, in a word of prayer, called for divine strength, grace, and the spirit of excellence for the Pro-VC to ensure a successful second term.
Present at the meeting were Dr. Norris Bekoe (University Relations Officer, KNUST), Mr. Samuel Mireku (President, PENSA-KNUST), Mr. David Asare (Vice President, PENSA-KNUST), and Mr. Japheth Ankamah Brefo (Editor-Librarian, PENSA-KNUST).
Report by PENSA-KNUST Editorial Department