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Business Department welcomes new staff

Mrs. Nyankum Hannah Jemimah

Assistant lecturer

Miss. Jemimah Hannah Nyankum is an assistant lecturer at Regentrofpen College of Applied Sciences, ReCAS. She holds Higher National Diploma in Accountancy from Cape Coast Technical University, Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Cape Coast. She also holds a Master’s degree in Management Science and Engineering, with a major in Corporate Finance from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. She is currently pursuing her final level papers at the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana, ICAG. Having the zeal for academic excellence and knowledge impartation, saw her join the Business Studies Department of ReCAS in the year 2021.
Before then, she worked as a Loan Officer at Asa Saving and Loans Co. Ltd, and an Assistant Accountant at Forest Services Division in the Eastern Region. Jemimah lectures in Taxation, Corporate Reporting, Public sector Accounting, and Corporate Governance.

Emmanuel Kwakye Amoah

Assistant lecturer

Mr. Kwakye Amoah had his basic education in Techiman, in the Bono East Region and proceeded Kumasi Anglican Senior High School (KASS) in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Emmanuel holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Integrated Business Studies (Accounting option) from the University for Development Studies (UDS) and a Master of Commerce Degree in Finance from University of Cape Coast (UCC). The contemporary world is full of challenges be it business, academic, social, economic or political which needs to be unlocked by very ambitious, enthusiastic, skillful and talented minds. It is against this backdrop that Emmanuel has always had the mania to spruce up his knowledge and skills in order to add to knowledge and solve economic and business challenges both in academic, business and in the economic world.

As a young academic, he avidly has the ambition to create a lot of business fora and symposia to a lot of budding youth to invoke and sharpen their business acumen and entrepreneurial drive and skills. It is in this regard that ReCAS employed him to contribute his quota in promoting talents. He is currently appointed as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Business Studies.

His areas of interest in research includes; Energy Economics, Energy Finance, Finance and General Business.

Working Papers

Trade Liberalisation Policies and Foreign Direct Inflows in Africa: Evidence from new measures of Trade Liberalisation (Under Review). Submitted to Journal of International Trade and Economic Development.

Economic Institutions, Political Institutions and Renewable Energy Production in sub-Saharan Africa (Under Final Review). Submitted to Journal of African Business

Jonathan Teye

Assistant lecturer

Mr. Jonathan Teye is an Accountant and an Assistant Lecturer. He has HND in Accountancy from Koforidua Technical University, Bachelor of degree in Accounting also from Koforidua Technical University, and MSc in Accounting from Anhui University of Technology, China. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Mining Management Engineering at Anhui University of Science and Technology (AUST) China.

Mr. Teye has many working experiences both in industry and academia. He was a Junior Accountant at Cocoa Processing Company, Tema. He was a Tutor at Peace Hill Secondary School. He has been a Teaching Assistant for over five  years at Koforidua Technical University (Faculty of Business and Management Studies). On part-time basis, he has been a lecturer at the Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioner (IHRMP), Koforidua Campus.

He teaches courses such as Business Administration, Business Management, Computerized Accounting, Financial Accounting, Business Finance, Financial Management, Total Quality Management, Taxation, Public Sector Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Accounting Research Methods, Corporate Governance, Cost Accounting, and Auditing theory and Practice. His research areas include; oil and gas finance and accounting, valuation of mineral resources, merger and acquisition of companies, and internal auditing.

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