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Building cordial relations between management and staff: Nabila advises the new VC of the University of Limann

Dr Hilla Limann Technical University (DHLTU) Chairman of the Board John Sulemana Nabila has advised the University’s First Vice-Chancellor (VC), Professor Elias Sowley, to work to ensure the necessary relationship between management and staff of the institution to promote its rapid development.

His call came against the backdrop of the fact that since the establishment of the institution as Wa Polytechnic in September 1999, no rector had been able to fulfill his full term due to the prevailing disunity.

Induction ceremony

The president gave advice during the induction ceremony of Professor Sowley as the university’s first vice-chancellor after his conversion in April 2020 in Wa in the Upper West region last Saturday.

The Registrar of the Wa Pastoral and Social Institute, Reverend Father Christian Kulbile, performed the religious rites after which Naa Prof. Nabila handed over the symbol of Authority and the Sword to the VC.

Mr. Nabila, who was also a former president of the National House of Chiefs, said good relations between staff were needed to enable them to fulfill their obligation to produce the qualified personnel needed to propel socio-economic development. development of the country.


He stressed that the DHLTU needs peace and therefore urged all stakeholders to always work towards this goal.

Mr. Nabila noted that the DHLTU is fortunate to be located in a region endowed with human and natural resources which, if properly harnessed, could foster the rapid transformation of the northern part and the country in general.


Welcoming the new Vice Chancellor among them, the President of the VCs of Technical Universities, Prof. Ben Honyenuga, assured him of the support of the pioneers in overcoming the challenges that the new Technical University would face.

Regional Minister Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih said the government is committed to providing technical universities with the necessary tools and facilities to provide the mid-level personnel in the fields of science, technology and science. applications and arts necessary to propel economic growth. from the country.


In response, Professor Sowley expressed his gratitude to the government for the trust placed in him and promised to translate that trust into working hard to create the peaceful atmosphere and unity needed to improve teaching and learning in the institution.

He pleaded with the government for permission to recruit more staff as they were sorely understaffed at the moment.