As part of the world breast cancer awareness, USAG WOCOM was at All Nation University College in koforidua to mark the program. In attendance was the USAG president in the person of His Excellency Paul Abrokwa who open the program by speaking on issues ranging from foundation of USAG, women empowerment, healthy women makes a healthy nation, discover your talent and many more other. Mr President who’s noted for motivating upcoming leaders especially women encourage women to break the chain of being in the kitchen and help spearhead the national developmental programs. He also spoke on issues of ladies being real and never to kowtow to intimidation from male lecturers who might want to advantage of their weaknesses.
He said his outfit is one to the entire Ghanaian students at the university level to report issues of abuse, maltreatment from institutions and any challenge they might face.
On the part of the Union’s women’s commissioner in the person of Dorothy Mensa, she admonished her fellow women to eschew violence and work hard to better the lot. She said “there are a lot of opportunities out there, prepare yourself and come out to grab them” with this she ended by saying leadership is not for sale, women should work hard for it knowing very well their male counterpart would not allow them on the basis of being female and also not to allow themselves to be use as sex tool in quest for power or political authority.
WOCOM of All Nation University College applauded the efforts and asked for more support from USAG in the coming years.
In attendance was Miss Perpetual Opei Larbi, a contestant of Ghana Most Beautiful. Miss Perpetual also spoke on women empowerment and the ability of women to identify their unique talents and harness them into something useful. She also talk about starting life at a low pace from the scratch before moving forward.
She uses the platform of the pageantry to build on her childhood dreams she concluded.
The SRC president of All Nation University College Mr Samuel Dwamena said women should take care of their breast because breast is good and nice and is the only property men like to hold on to aside the love they profess.
Mr. Paul Abrokwa ended the entire program by assuring the public that his focus is on Ghanaian students irrespective of what happens.
“Ghanaian students are the focus” he said.