Reports Available to TheNewsGH.com Media General Indicates that Properties are being set on fire amidst today’s
demonstration in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
The sign posts around the Great hall have been removed by some students,Some students throw stones to destroy the
administration glass door.
Others are up rooting the poles and carpet grass at the administration. They destroy the glass door completely!!!.
They’ve destroyed some offices at the administration. The beautiful edifice is now an eye sore. The reception looks horrible
CHECK THE PHOTOS Below from the demonstration happening on KNUST campus.
Unknown to many was the fact that three rooms at the University Hall, ‘Katanga’ got burnt, as to why this happened,
investigations have not proven yet. Sources close to Hypercitigh.com revealed that University authorities intend to keep the
matter from the eyes of the public as such affected rooms have been covered
An upfront to this mishap was the ban of ‘morale’ sessions at University Hall, consequently, a fellow was reported died on friday 19th October. The deceased is said to be a final year statistics student, identified as Dennis.
Katangees in solidarity kept to a vigil to mourn the death of a staunch fellow when the uneventful occurred to them. Eye
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witnesses recount that, they were at the forecourt of the hall for the usual friday ‘morale’ , when two internal security officers
attempted to stop the morale, overwhelmed by the number of students called for backup.
The officers that joined in the array could not exhibit professionalism. They were reckless , brutal and inhumane, a student who observed from a distance recounted.
Some students were able to flee from the scene, eleven others were arrested and sent to the KNUST police station. It is reported that two students were heavily victimized, sustaining several injuries. Sources close to KNUST hospital told Hypercitigh.com that one of the victimized students had sustained head injuries
Reports indicates that, this, which have not been the first, continues to repeat itself every time security officers mandated to protect lives and properties attempts to stop any students engagement.