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EDITH BAAFI – THE AFA (ADVOCATING FOR ALL) AGENDA

Written by on 5 September 2017

Legacybase Online Magazine brings to you what’s trending on campus, Today a lady by name Edith Akosua Sarpormaa Baafi explains what her agenda stands for. The Student politics gets interesting and exciting. You were told you to expect more this semester concerning student leadership due to the alter of some hall week celebration dates.  In a […]

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bece computerized placement website

Check your 2017 BECE placements on www.cssps.gov.gh

Written by on 5 September 2017

A new website, httwww.cssps.gov.gh has been launched by the government to enable BECE sitters who are yet to be placed in Senior High School to choose their preferred school. This comes after numerous complaints that the advertised website www.myjhsresult.net was inaccessible. legacybase.com has been monitoring the situation closely and can report that the government has […]

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Welcome to UCC Campus – Kingsley Sarpong Akowuah

Written by on 18 August 2017

Hello UCC Campus, its Legacybase Online Magazine once again, you were told you to expect more this semester concerning student leadership due to the change in date of some hall week celebrations. These upcoming leaders keep on knocking on our doors to project their voice and message. Kingsley Sarpong Akowuah, hopeful of SRC Presidency come […]

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Barcamp Cape Coast 2017 is on September 9.

Written by on 15 August 2017

Barcamp Cape Coast 2017 Oguaa ohh.. Oguaa ohh.. “This September Die3… no size ohhh…” Afahye 2017….loading Oguaa….Obama City. GhanaThink also presents Barcamp Cape Coast 2017. The train stops at the first capital of the Republic. Cape Coast. (Oguaa) What is a BarCamp ? Barcamp is simply an ‘unconference’ – an ad-hoc gathering of people with the […]

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Maintain 2016/17 Academic year fees – NCTE Charges Public Universities

Written by on 8 August 2017

The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) has directed management of public tertiary institutions to maintain fees for the 2016/17 academic year pending parliamentary approval of the proposed new fees. In a press release Monday, the Council said the necessary changes would be effected to the 2016/17 fees in due course. According to NCTE,  when Parliament […]

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