Saturday, 16 January 2016
Perez Chapel acquires Pan African University College
The Perez Chapel International, under the leadership of Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, has acquired the Pan African Christian University College (PACUC), the first accredited private university college in the Central Region of Ghana.
The signing of the takeover documents on November 15, 2015 made the church the new owner of the school.
In an address to the Church, the Presiding Bishop and now Chancellor of the University formally informed the congregation the church is the new owners of the institution. He further stated that leadership was working around the clock to ensure that within 5 years the school would become a force to reckon with.
The institution, now to be known as Perez University College, and its two schools are duly accredited by the National Accreditation Board – Ghana.
The School of Theology has affiliation with the Trinity Theological Seminary (TTS) and the School of Business is affiliated to the University of Cape Coast. These mentor institutions have the responsibility for overseeing the courses, training and certification of the respective schools.
Bishop Agyin-Asare and a team from Perez Chapel International were on the school’s premises on Monday 16th November when Bishop Mills from the Church Of God, USA introduced them to the staff of the school as the new owners of Pan African Christian University College.
To ensure a commitment to academic excellence, Perez Chapel has put together a Board of Governors made up of distinguished and accomplished individuals to oversee the running of the University. Members of the Board are: Dr Charles Agyin-Asare, Dr Mensah Otabil, Professor Omane-Antwi, Professor Asamoah Gyadu, Professor Addo Obeng, Dr Kotei Dzani, Mr. Francis Ashinyo, Honourable Sylvester Mensah, Dr Mrs Vivian Amoako, Dr. Emmanuel Saboro, Professor Amoa Awua, Bishop Dr Prince Baah and Lawyer Mrs Grace Dolphy.
The University is currently located at Gomoa Pomadze-Winneba, along the Winneba-Swedru highway, about a kilometer from Winneba roundabout (junction). Despite its close proximity to Winneba of the Effutu Municipality, it administratively falls under the Gomoa East District Assembly. The plan is to add on other campuses in the coming years.