USAG To Hold Womens’ Summit

Miss Nancy Owusu kwartemaa

Miss Nancy Owusu kwartemaa



The need to empower ladies in our contemporary society is the star purpose of the establishment of the Womens’ commission of the Univerisity Students Association of Ghana(USAG).The Office of the Women’s Commissioner of USAG is a very sensitive one.

The current Commissioner though very young is seen as the mother of all the ladies in our universities,both public and private ones and as such,is supposed to cater for feminine needs of the ladies within the institutional precincts of the University Students Association of Ghana.

By way of vindicating the confidence reposed in her(Miss Nancy Owusu kwartemaa ) by the students under the campaign slogan “Women Empowerment,Our collective call” she has come up with stimulus programs to not only empower ladies but also build their capacities.

Paramount among these programs are,The Womens’ Summit which comes off on the 20th January 2015 at the Airport West Hotel at exactly 9:00am on the theme “Entrepreneurship and the role of Women in national development”.

The purpose of this program is to harness the talents of female tertiary students and empower them as well.

As the maiden edition, it has on bill speakers like Hon Joyce Bawa(Dep Min of Transport),Hon.Ursula Owusu(MP,Ablekuma West),Mawuse Nude Kor(CEO/Founder,Newig Foundation),Mr David Mills (President, HR and Leadership Center and Madam Portia Agyei Yeboah(Founder,Oak Foundation) .

This Summit promises to be fun,educative,informative and an eye~opener for all students especially the ladies. The Commission hereby wishes to use this medium to invite all female students to be part of this summit by registration at the venue and yet to be given online links with just GHC 20.

In the words of the Womens’ Commissioner,Nancy Owusu Kwartemaa “Do not miss it for anything, not even for all the kente from Bonwire”.


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