About VVU Alumni

Pastor Flacus Amponsah

Greetings from the alumni association. I am privileged to be offered the opportunity to serve this great association of ours. I am indeed grateful. For some years now, after a humble and a low key beginning of this institution of ours it has blossomed into a major contributor in tertiary education in this country and beyond. At such a time as this when new educational institutions are springing up by the tick of the clock and alumni associations are being organized and activated across board has it come by chance that we should be called upon to put ourselves together and to keep the alumni going. Is it not just proper and expedient that we take a keener interest in the affairs of Valley View University and in the activities of the alumni? Is it not worth it that we should invest time, money, and influence to help our Alma Mater take her rightful place in tertiary education through the activities of the alumni association? The enviable position of our Alma Mater as the first private university in Ghana and one that enjoys a full charter status did not come easy. Dedicated men and women both at home and abroad sacrificed so greatly in divers’ ways to bring us where we are today. Thank God these illustrious sympathizers have not given up on us yet. Their shining example is there for us to emulate.

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