ABE Founder visits PentVars
|Mr. Lyndon Jones, ABE Founder (fourth from left) with a section of PentVars Management.|
The founder and chairman of the Association of Business Executives, Mr Lyndon Jones has paid a working visit to the Sowutuom Campus of the Pentecost University College. His visit to the college was part of his country visit to Ghana.
Speaking at the forum organized for ABE students in the Greater Accra region held at the PUC campus, the Rector of the Pentecost University College, Rev Dr. Peter Ohene Kyei indicated how excited he was to have the founder of the ABE programme visit PUC.
He said, it was worth mentioning that the ABE programme has presented many students the opportunity to have a taste of tertiary education. He advised students to take this course serious and not to see it as a second fiddle programme.
Speaking to students at the forum, the Chairman and founder of ABE UK, Mr Lyndon Jones exposed students to the various opportunities the ABE presents them. He said, students who complete the Adanced Diploma level of the ABE programme have the opportunity of doing a top up in some UK universities to obtain an MBA certificate.
In attendance were students from Pentecost University, Zenith College, University College of Entrepreneurship, SITMAP and Concord Business College.
Accompanying Mr. Lyndon Jones was the Director of International Partnership of the Anglia Ruskin University, UK, Dr. Penny Hood and the country director of the ABE programme, Mr. Ntim Gyakari.