The issue of corruption has been trending in Ghana for sometime now, over the new budget and government expenditure, which has gotten a lot of Ghanaians talking and asking to government to be more accountable to the citizens.
Today, a picture of the total expenditure of the Students Representative Council of the Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science And Technology has poped up on the internet which has got many citizens to testify to the fact that, people don’t become corrupt when, they come into governance but it starts from their young age as students.
The picture showed that, the SRC had spent close to a million Ghana cedis on running the affairs of the student. Most people on Twitter have commented on this expenditure, which some even wrote on their Twitter pages that, they pray the KNUST SRC executives don’t make it to parliament otherwise, they will embezzle the country’s funds.
Others also commented that, if they had done SRC week celebration, they would have used 2 million cedis.
What do you think of the expenditure of the school? Let’s keep the conversation on going in the comments section below.
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