Changing of underground cabels
Changing of underground cabels

The only science and technology university in Ghana, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology always, in most cases get into news with issues concerning academics. This time is no different, even though it’s indirectly academical inclined.

Changing of underground cabels
Changing of underground cabels
A chemical engineering student, Mr Samuel Gyekye Mensah, popularly known as SUPREMO this time, pleads on behalf of his colleagues students in KNUST that the ECG should spare them two weeks from today as examination starts.

In his speech, Mr. Samuel Gyekye Mensah, continuously mentioned words plea, pleading several times that this time, students need the energy, especially light than ever. “This is the time students need lights to recap whatsoever they have studied throughout the semester and therefore the continuous light out the school has been experiencing wouldn’t help. ” He continued.

He also added that, education is a right and moreso tertiary education is a necessity to nation building and therefore Ghana needs more brains to sustain. If so then I believe academic excellence is a topic, quality of students produced is indeed a case and provision of light to students is a clinical factor.

In his final statement, he claimed that students are not happy about the light out situation of late on campus and further plead that his concerns as he represents the students speak on their behalf should be taken into consideration. He ended by saying, we the KNUST students need light for two weeks to surf through the examination period, our plea to the ECG Boss in KUMASI metropolitan.

By Samuel Gyekye Mensah (SUPREMO)

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