The CEO of the Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors (CBOD) will Tuesday speak to students of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) on preparing graduates for work.

Senyo Hosi has been invited to participate in a roundtable discussion being organised by the University’s College of Humanities and Legal Studies.

The discussion on the theme, “University in the 21st Century, The Role of Humanities in Ghana” comes off at the Main Auditorium of the University of Cape Coast

In August this year, the vociferous businessman made headlines unloaded on the management of the University of Ghana castigating them for incompetence, in a rant that went viral.

At Ghana’s premier university’s event marking its 70th anniversary, Mr Hosi standing in front of a sparse audience, directed his tirade at management and lecturers stressing, “you guys are not thinking.”

“You are churning out people with degrees not people with an education, not people with skills,” who said the entrepreneur who has three degrees from the university.

In a no holds barred criticism, Senyo Hosi called for the clearing out of old managers and lecturers in the school.

“Respectfully, the old men running this school, they are too many. Get them out!”

“ I beg you, you guys are not doing anything that is relevant for the future,” the alumnus stated frankly.

He turned his guns on organisers of the university’s anniversary celebration for doing a poor job in attracting alumni to the event.

The video prompted both commendation and condemnation.

But it appears the University of Cape Coast found something worthwhile in Mr Hosi’s remarks.

He has been given the opportunity to contribute to preparing the students for the world outside their lecture halls. 

Mr Hosi will be speaking on the topic, “Preparing Graduates for the World of Work: The role of Universities.” 

Key speakers at the event include the Deputy Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum.