Louis Morgan has presented medals won at the WorldSkills Africa and the National Competition to the Management of the Cape Coast Technical University.

Cape Coast Technical University's management receives medals from a WorldSkills Africa champion. 

Mr. Louis Morgan, a Mechanical Engineering student at Cape Coast Technical University, has presented the university's management with medals won at WorldSkills Africa and the National Competition. 

Mr. Morgan represented Ghana at the WorldSkills Africa Competition in Namibia, where he earned Gold in Mechanical Engineering CAD. Other contestants from Kenya, Namibia, South Africa, Uganda, Rwanda, Madagascar, Zambia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, and a WorldSkills International refugee competed in the continental Worldskills Competition. 

Welding, Web Technology, Mechatronics, Automobile Technology, Mechanical Engineering CAD, Fashion Technology, Hairdressing, Electrical Installation, and Brick Laying were all represented by Ghana. 

Prof. Joshua Danso Owusu-Sekyere, the Vice-Chancellor, complimented him on his achievement in both the national and African competitions, as well as for raising the profile of CCTU and Ghana in Namibia. He stated that the university is proud of his accomplishment and that he intends to bring success from the international tournament. 

Prof. Owusu-Sekyere went on to say that Louis Morgan's accomplishment demonstrates the University's high level of education. 

Mr. Louis Morgan will compete in the global WorldSkills Competition in China later this year among other category winners to represent Africa. 

Prof. Samuel Kwame Ansah (Pro Vice-Chancellor), Dr. Francis Narh Akrono (Registrar), and Prof. Charles E. Oppon were among those who attended the brief event (Director, Renewable Energy). 

Mr. Benjamin Edu-Mensah (Director, Public Affairs), Dr. Anane-Fenin (Director, Engineering Design and Innovation Centre), and Mr. Richard Akwada (Director, Engineering Design and Innovation Centre) were also present (Head, Mechanical Engineering Department).

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