Legacybase Online Magazine says a Happy 2018 to whole Populace of the University of Cape Coast. Like we do it everyday we bring you the untold and unheard trending issues on the campus of competitive choice. In our quest to update you on #UCCDecides2018 we caught up with one gentleman by name Kingsley Sarpong Akowuah who explains to us why thinking victory is an everyday thing.

KINGSLEY SARPONG AKOWUAH – Thinking Victory Is An Everyday Thing

I would first of all like to wish all members of the University community a prosperous new year. First and foremost why do I think victory?

I think victory because I am a generational thinker. Joel Osteen is an American preacher who inspires and motivates millions of people with his weekly talks, books, and videos. His words have a positive uplifting influence and help people to see themselves better than they currently are. Inspired by him, thinking victory has been  an everyday thing to me.


I want to challenge everyone this semester to get out of his or her comfort zone, because there is so much incredible potential on the inside. God has put gifts and talents in you that you probably don’t know anything about. Victory as explained basically is an act of defeating an enemy or opponent in a battle, game, or other competition.

Therefore the more you talk about negative things in your life, the more you call them in. Speak victory not defeat. We should all accept the challenges so that we can feel the exhilaration of victory because not every victory shows up on the scoreboard.

Never stop doing your best just because someone doesn’t give you credit.
As Joel Osteen once said “We may get knocked down on the outside, but the key to living in victory is to learn how to get up on the inside.”


Borrowing the words of CV Pillay i say Think Victory, Be Victory and Victorious things will happen.

Let’s keep thinking victory.

#iamkingsley, UCC SRC President ’18/19 hopeful and #ithinkvictory

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