Dr Samuel Donkor, President of the All-Nations University, has broken grounds for construction of a multi-disciplinary facility at the school’s campus in Koforidua.
The four-storey building when completed will have a ‘students operations centre on cybercrime detection and studies to enhance knowledge of students in that field of learning.
Dr Donkor indicated that the well-equipped students operations centre for practical studies in cybercrime would consist of a bank and other components in mitigating cyber threat and would be the first of its kind in the sub region.
Already, he said equipment for the centre was ready and expressed the hope that the building would be completed on schedule to be able to serve the purpose.
“The All-Nations University is focused on producing students cut for the demands of the global economic trends and that is why we are expanding facilities to meet that objective,” he said.
On Technology, the President indicated that the University had been recognised as one of three innovative universities in Africa by the African Union through its innovative technology programmes.
He said currently the University was assisting seven African countries on how to build and design a Satellite which meets UN specifications and disclosed that by next year, the University would launch its second satellite in space science.