- Impressive photos of the ultra-modern campus of the Academic City University College have emerged online
- The school is Ghana's first university to offer a degree in Robotics Engineering
- The stunning photos have left netizens impressed and many have commented underneath the post online
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Impressive photos of the world-class architectural design of the Academic City University College in Accra have emerged on social media.
The school is Ghana's first university to offer a degree in Robotics Engineering.
The private university was established in 2009 and had a standalone facility on the Ring Road in Accra that was popularly known for its affiliated programme with Sikkim Manipal University (SMU).
Academic City College University has graduated more than 3,000 students from over 23 countries in Africa.
In 2017, the university was re-positioned with a renewed purpose and a brand new campus to deliver transformative and modern-day tertiary education.
Photos of the ultra-modern campus in Accra have impressed netizens and many have reacted with comments underneath the post online.
The State Transport Corporation (STC) chief executive officer posed with his look-alike son, who turned a year older on Monday, May 24.
The prominent politician proudly shared the photos along with captions.
In a separate story, from Hip-hop to Afro-dance, Incredible Zigi, born Michael Amofa, has gained international prominence for his wide range of dance steps and ability to create.
Amofa is credited as the creator of the Pilolo and Kupe dance steps as elements in Afrobeats/Azonto, which have been infused in choreographies by internationally acclaimed musicians and dancers, including American singer and dancer, Janet Jackson.
But he did not attain the feat on a silver platter. He had to defy odds and push against his father's original desire to become a doctor.
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