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Conti - Kantanga clash: Heavy police presence at KNUST after the clash

There is heavy police presence at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) following a conflict between students of the University and Unity Halls.

The unsettling influence on Thursday night left three vehicles destroyed.


Around 12 individuals were additionally supposedly harmed.

It is trusted endeavors of students of Unity Hall to limit partners from University Hall from utilizing their frontage in a parade caused the occurrence.


This allegedly brought about the two groups pelting stones at one another.

The occurrence is coming scarcely fourteen days after comparative savagery at the University of Ghana.


Police who were at the scene had the option to reestablish quiet minutes after the pelting of stones between occupants of the two Halls.


Luv News Nana Yaw Gyimah says as a feature of a Hall week festivity, the University Hall had left on what they call a 'zulu parade' inside the grounds.


They had gone through the principal street of the University.

An endeavor to utilize frontage of the Unity Hall brought about the two groups going after one another.

For more than 10 years, the two Halls arrived at an understanding never to go past the harmony Junction when on parades.

In the mean time, the Ashanti Regional Security Council has given a delivery with that impact requesting that students cease from disorder.


"The REGSEC is illuminating all understudies and occupants of the college local area that, all activities planned by any individual or gathering of people to upset the ongoing serene security in the college will be tended to with the legitimate instrument of the express," the delivery noted.

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KNUST Kwame Nkrumah Unity Hall

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