UCC MPhil student donates to Aboom Special School
A first year University of Cape Coast MPhil student, Mr. Emmanuel Yaw Gyimah, today 31st March, 2021, visited the Aboom Special School in Cape Coast in the Central Region to make a donation to commemorate his birthday.
Mr. Gyimah, who is currently an M.Phil Special Education student at the University of Cape Coast, presented to management of the school, Toiletries, Stationery, Drinks, Nose masks, Hand sanitizers, among other items.
Raiser as he is commonly known revealed during the presentation, that being a Special Education student has and continues to inform his appreciation of the needs of students with special needs and thus contributing his little quota to help the students of the Aboom Special School, which is in his immediate community is the least he could do on his birthday.
Mr. Yaw Gyimah who also doubles as a student activist is the immediate past President of the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly’s National Service Personnel’s Association (CCMA-NASPA), and served in diverse capacities in UCC during his undergraduate days.
Currently, he is aspiring to be the University’s Graduate Students’ Association (GRASAG) President with the aim of raising the standards of the Association on campus.