An alumnus of Islamic University College, Ghana, Assistant Superintendent Razak Mohammed, is among six Immigration officers who were honoured for rejecting ¢25,000 bribe. Mr. Razak's dedication and commitment to duty and his selfless service was nurtured and given a boost at IUCG as he was very active in student activities on campus. This saw him serving the SRC as Hakim Ilahi Hall President; a duty he discharged creditably.
At IUCG, we pride ourselves in offering Academic Excellence which is spiced with Moral Uprightness.
It is against this background that the IUCG extends it message of congratulations to Assistant Superintendent Razak Mohammed for practicalizing IUCG's cherished values of moral uprightness and integrity.
IUCG is proud of you.
We wish to use this medium to call upon all IUCGians wherever they may be and in whatever capacity they are serving mother Ghana, to take a cue from the honour conferred on Assistant Superintendent Razak Mohammed. Make conscious efforts to brighten the little corners you find yourselves. Sooner or later you will be recognized and given the due appreciation. Strive at all times, to be trailblazers in the discharge of your duties with integrity as instilled in you at IUCG. Be guided in all circumstances by the value of moral uprightness and carve a positive niche for yourselves. Be exemplary in your conduct to bring glory to yourselves and IUCG; your almer mater.
IUCG wishes all its alumni the best of luck in all their fields of endeavour.
*Assistant Superintendent Razak Mohammed is third from left.