Students currently staying on the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) campus have been commanded by the Ashanti Regional Coordinating Council (ARCC) to leave campus for their various homes latest by Saturday, September 19, 2021.
This command according to the ARCC is as a result of reports gathered about some undiscipline attitudes that some students are fond of portraying on campus that goes against their code of conduct on campus and their motive for enrolling into the school.
The institution has hinted of an intelligence they have gathered that suggests that some of the students are planning of causing mayhem to their colleagues on campus before the academic calendar for the semester ends.
In a press release circulating online, the Coordinating Council mentioned that the competition that often occurs between two halls, the University and Unity halls are "unhealthy" and frowns on it.
"It is instructive to remind the student population that the declaration of the University Campus as a Security Zone in November 2018, is still in force and therefore, it is an offense to demonstrate within the security zone", the statement emphatically warned those who are planning of the upcoming unapproved activities on campus.
They went on to give an example of an issue that happened about 2 months ago on July 17, 2021 and advised the student body especially the leadership and occupants of the aforementioned halls to be circumspect with their deeds on campus moving forward else, they would be compelled to use the necessary laws and apply sanctions.
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