Adorable photos drop as KNUST's 11th VC visits the 2nd VC who is nearly 101 years old

Adorable photos drop as KNUST's 11th VC visits the 2nd VC who is nearly 101 years old

- KNUST's newly-appointed VC, Prof Rita Dickson, has paid a courtesy call on the 2nd, Dr. Emmanuel Evans-Anfom

- Dr. Emmanuel Evans-Anfom is almost 101 years old and Prof Rita Dickson is the first female vice-chancellor of the school

- The meeting of the two people is such a major occurrence that showed the togetherness of a man who once made history and a woman who has just made history

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Professor Rita Dickson, the 11th Vice-Chancellor (VC) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, has paid a heartwarming courtesy call on one of her predecessors.

The report was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Twitter handle of Watsuptek KNUST, one of the most popular campus websites in the institution.

Prof Rita Dickson, the eleventh Vice-Chancellor, paid the prominent visit to the 101-year-old second VC of KNUST, Dr. Emmanuel Evans-Anfom.

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Emmanuel Evans-Anfom, FGA, OSG is a Ghanaian physician, scholar, university administrator and public servant who served as the second Vice-Chancellor of KNUST from 1967 to 1973.

Professor Rita Akosua Dickson, on the other hand, is the most recently appointed VC, by which appointment she became the first lady to occupy the position in the history of the university.

The meeting of the two VC's is such a major occurrence that showed the togetherness of a man who made history and a woman who has just made history.

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Adorable photos drop as KNUST's 11th VC visits the 2nd VC who is nearly 101 years old

Adorable photos drop as KNUST's 11th VC visits the 2nd VC who is nearly 101 years old Source: Twitter, Watsuptek
Source: UGC

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In another interesting YEN.com.gh report, Janet Abena Quainoo, a Ghanaian lady has narrated how she became unemployed after completing her national service, but kept serving for five good years.

In a conversation with YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare, the lady indicates that she had her national service at the state broadcasting house, the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation.

After her service ended and she did not get employed, Janet decided to still go to work every day as normally required and keep up her reporting work without pay.

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