The Omanhene of Ajumako Traditional Area, Okokordurofo Nana Ababio Hammah II, has pleaded with the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba to ensure the timely completion of all projects which has been started on its campuses, especially those on the Ajumako campus. He said this when the leadership of UEW paid a courtesy call on the traditional rulers of the land at Ajumako on 7th June, 2016. Nana Ababio II said the setting up of the University has undoubtedly benefitted the people of Ajumako immensely. Explaining this further, he noted that the community have greatly benefited from engaging in various forms of businesses with the constituents of the University, especially, with students who patronise their hostel and catering services.

On his part, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Prof. Mawutor Avoke said the visit was historical as it was his first visit since his appointment as Vice-Chancellor. He was very much hopeful that this visit would strengthen ties with the traditional rulers of the land and with their support UEW will be able to attain greater heights.

The delegation included: Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Rev. Fr. Anthony Afful-Broni, the Registrar, Dr. C.Y. Akwaa-Mensah, Principal of Ajumako, Prof. George Kankam, College Registrar, Mr. Francis N. Akrono, Dean of the Faculty of Ghanaian Languages Education, Dr. Charles Owu-Ewie, DFO, Ajumako Campus, Mr. Bruno, Deputy Registrar, Division of Publications and Communication, Mr. Steve van Kamassah, Head, University Relations and Protocol Services, Mr. Israel E. Fugar, Head, Media Relations, Ms. Eva Annan. source: Media Relations Office