by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana

Deputy Registrar in charge of University Relations at the Kwame University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Vicent Ankamah has debunked assertions by some newly admitted students that they got stranded when traditional residential halls they were assigned to were full compelling them to sleep in the cold since they could not afford the exorbitant rent at the private hostels.

Mr. Ankamah Lomotey submitted that the freshers are facing accommodation challenges because they failed to follow guidelines. He stated that the new students have to locate their deans who would then lead them to their assigned halls, if indeed they applied and were assigned.

He noted that KNUST authorities have the interest of the students at heart and won’t cause them harm or cause them to suffer unduly.

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