Student of the University Cape Coast demanding higher level of NSS salary as a result of their school being an international
1st Research institute in the world. The school was awarded such trophy because of the students, they have been doing all the exercises pertaining to the research on campus.
The student are saying the school won the award because of their effort , therefore they are of high status as compared to other student in other institution.
This agenda is being brought out by student board and being supported my the SRC body. It is becoming a greater threat on UCC campus as student especially the final year student hailing for for the agenda to accepted and supported by the school authorities.
Student on the campus confessing that the school push them hard to bring out the best and they have din their best, this has made the school to be recognized making Ghana the first African country to have an institution classified as the best research facility internationally, therefore they the student need a benefit from the nation
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