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Medical doctors trained by KNUST are a gift to the alma mater | Rare Techy


The 2012 batch of the School of Medical Sciences (SMS), of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has donated air-conditioning and televisions to his alma mater.

The gift is part of a year-long renovation of several University Lecture Halls.

The medical doctors, who celebrated 10 years of graduation, are now training in various hospitals across Ghana and the Diaspora.

The leader of the delegation, Dr. Charles Martyn-Dickens, during the presentation, said, “This is our alma mater. We have been here for six years and are happy to be back. Today, we return not just as the medical students who left 10 years ago, but as members of the working class with the power to make a difference. It’s time for us to give back to our school what we took away”.

A 2012 cohort of 149 medical doctors participated in a three-day strength-building program that included aerobic exercise and training sessions with current university medical students.

Some of the older models

Some of the year group members say that the desire to give back to their school is a reward for the skills they acquired while at university.

The vice-chancellor of the school of medicine and dentistry, Professor JA Dogbe congratulated the team and called for more students to pursue these endeavors.

He urged the old students of the university to work together to establish the first medical school in the country.

“It is always a joy to see your children grow and reach positions where they can make a difference and inspire others. Today, an old man has returned to bring his brothers. We urge other age groups to do more of this. Today’s and future generations need modern ways to solve problems. We must work together to make the medical school the premier of the country,” he said.

Some of the older models

The President of the General Chamber, George Kwabena Bonsu Jnr, also expressed his happiness over the group’s projects.

“We are inspired by their presence. Today it is a good place to learn from doctors who are old examples of this great building. We have added our strength and we hope to see this work from other old students,” the President said.


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