SHUN OCCULTIC PRACTICES - PRO VC
The Pro Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof. George K.T. Oduro, has advised Christians not to indulge themselves in occultic practices for such is an abomination to God.
Prof. Oduro gave this admonishment as part of his closing remarks during the Basel Praise 2018 program held last Saturday at the Auditorium 900 of the university
Making reference to a powerful drama ministration by the Golden Vessels, the astute professor of educational leadership admonished Christians to dare to be different and not compromise on their faith, no matter what difficulties they face on campus.
He admitted that occultism has been a major challenge universities in Ghana have been confronted with and UCC is no exception. He cited some events where some students from the Casley Hayford and Atlantic Halls had to be sanctioned by the university for engaging in such practices and advised Christians to dare to be different from others.
Concluding, he encouraged members of the union never to forget that God is with them no matter what challenges they go through on campus, as they manage their academic and spiritual lives.
“I served in many religious and student leadership positions while on campus, but because I allowed the Lord to direct me to manage my time very well, I came out with a first class and so can you,” he concluded.
Baselfest 2018, an annual revival program of the union, was organized under the theme, “Beholding His Glory”. The three-day program witnessed powerful word ministration The Basel Praise program, held to climax the revival program, saw song ministrations from ministering wings in the union including Jewels of His Crown, Golden Vessels, Vessels of Praise, Union Choir and the Singing Band. The guest artiste was Rev Bruce Ghartey (Uncle Ato). In attendance were the Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the university and a host of alumni.