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EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EXPERT RENE LENSSEN VISITS MARSHALLS

Date: 05/26/2017

Mr. René Lenssen, the director of the Zambia-based education-oriented consultancy, iE & D Solutions, paid a casual visit to Marshalls in order to familiarize himself with the institution and inspect its facilities. It was the first time Marshalls was welcoming one of its shareholders on such a mission since was listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange in June 2015.

Mr. Lenssen was welcomed on arrival at Marshalls’ Odorkor campus by Professor Benony Kortatsi and Mr. Owusu Brimpong, the President and Vice President of Marshalls respectively. After a brief interaction with faculty members and students, he was led on a tour across the Marshalls campus where he witnessed firsthand the progress of work on [an additional] four state-of-the-art lecture halls being constructed on the five-storey Amenumey building.
Other facilities that he inspected included the kitchenette, language, fashion and hospitality studios.

Mr. René Lenssen even had time to sit through a short interview when he also visited the Marshalls Online Radio on the campus. He expressed optimism in the future of Marshalls and disclosed that he was delighted at the extent of work being done. He promised to assist Marshalls to secure some profitable international partnerships to propel the institution to its vision of achieving world class standards.

On behalf of Marshalls, Professor Benony Kortatsi applauded Mr. Lenssen for taking time of his busy schedule to inspect the progress of work at the institution. He reiterated Marshalls’ commitment to becoming a hub for academic development in Africa, and welcomed partnerships from other institutions. He also assured the educational development expert of Marshalls’ readiness to receive at all times shareholders and friends of the institution. Prof Benony Kortatsi took advantage of the moment to inform and invite Mr. Lenssen to Meridian-Marshalls’ Holdings Annual General Meeting, which comes off at the end of the year.

The Meridian-Marshalls Holdings [MMH] in June 2015 became the first academic institution in Ghana, and the second in Africa, to be listed on the Stock Exchange. The MMH’s flagship institution, Marshalls, has gone on to achieve several feats in academia, innovation and sports since then. Marshalls’ School of Technology hit the news headlines, when it developed two mobile applications on maternal health for the United Nations, while its Basketball team has won back-to-back titles at the prestigious Private University Games amongst several other feats.

Marshalls has also adopted the UNESCO standards of teaching and learning, invested in several modern learning tools and is building what is expected to become Africa’s biggest innovation and technology hub on its 110-acre lakefront property in Akosombo.

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