There were news which broke out earlier today from various news portals that University of Professional Studies has sacked two female students who allegedly engaged themselves in lesbianism.
University of Professional Studies has earlier today, released a communique which seeks to debunk the news which is circulating like a wild fire. In the statement they released, the University stated emphatically that they have not sacked the students and that they don't have the capacity when the disciplinary committee have not finished with their final decisions.
See picture of their communique;LGBTQ is something many Ghanaians do not like to ever happened in the country and therefore if one engages in it, he or she might face the wrath of the people. It is therefore not surprising that after this communique from the reputable university hit social media, people have started talking. The comments people gave about the incident is quite overwhelming.
Let's see some comments from people;What do you think about this news? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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