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We Did Not Authorize Sacking Of Lesbians From Their Hostel - UPSA

The board of directors of the university of Professional studies Accra (UPSA) have issued a statement that they did not authorize the sacking of students from their hostel over alleged acts of lesbianism.

The board said categorically in a statement that “no disciplinary report on the alleged acts is submitted to it for a final decision.”

The statement issued included that “Any disciplinary communication that does not follow the above hierarchical order is not recognized by Management.”

Two students of University of Professional Studies Accra were earlier reported on Wednesday November 24 to have been sacked from their hostel with the allegations of engaging in acts of lesbianism.

Their action, according to a notice, was not in conformity of the university’s rules and regulations.

The notice further warned students to “refrain from sexual misconduct and observe all other rules and regulations in the Hostel as well as the Student Handbook. Any student caught infringing any of the regulations will be sanctioned accordingly,”

“Engaging in acts of lesbianism is contrary to Section 1.28.11(g) of the rules and regulations in the Student Handbook of the University of professional studies, Accra; 2018 and Schedule G 8.3 (23) of the Statute of the University.

“They have since been sent away from the University of Professional Studies Accra UPSA Hostel awaiting further sanctions from Management,” part of the announcement read.

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