UGBS & Tullow Ghana Ltd Commission New Library

The University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) has commended Tullow Ghana Limited for the role it played in the establishment of a new library for students at the University of Ghana Business School Graduate Building. The library was commissioned on the 9th of March, 2018 at the Graduate Building forecourt. Present were the Dean of the UGBS, Professor Joshua Yindenaba Abor, Managing Director of Tullow Ghana Ltd., Mr. Charles Darku, The Administrator of UGBS, Mr. Emmanuel Poku-Sarkodie, Faculty, Staff and some students.

Speaking at the event, Dean of the Business School, Professor Joshua Yindenaba Abor, called on other organisations and corporate bodies to follow the example of Tullow Ghana Ltd. in giving back to society. He said, "The quality of our infrastructure is fundamental to our ambitions and UGBS is seeking partnership with the private sector to actualise this vision."  Prof. Abor also hinted on an upcoming graduate project, The Business Lodge, which they hoped to commence as soon as all the necessary procedures are completed.

Tullow Ghana Ltd. donated to the Business School a cheque of US$120,000 to facilitate the commissioning of the Library. It is expected to create an excellent environment for learning, while helping students improve on their research skills as well as help the Business School achieve its vision of becoming a world class business school, developing global leaders. The library is located on the second and third floors of the Graduate Building. It was named "The University of Ghana Business School Tullow Ghana Ltd. Library".

Unveiling the Library, the Managing Director for Tullow Ghana limited, Charles Darku urged the students to make good use of the facility. According to him, his company was passionate and dedicated to developing world class human resource and capital. He stated, "Tullow Ghana hopes this Library will meet the needs of the modern business student, academic or executive, using cutting edge information technology to acquire knowledge."