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New Development On The Sacking Of Two Alleged Lesbians As Top Management Of UPSA Speaks (Details)

On the 23rd of November, 2021, a public notice about the dismissal of two female students from the UPSA hostel surfaced online and they were said to be indulge in the act of lesbianism as they engaged in a 'threesome' sexual activity with a male non-resident student of which the two girls ended up fondled each other. The statement was signed by one Robert Gyeke-Darko who is the Deputy Director-BDC. New development on this story have it that, all those rumours about the sacking must be disregard. Information reaching Mdk Banahene indicates that, Top Management of UPSA says the so-called disciplinary action against the two girls must be regard.

In a press release on the issue dated 24th November, 2021, the management of the University of Professional Studies, Accra, made it known that the Vice Chancellor of UPSA is the Chief Disciplinary Officer. And therefore all decisions taken by the Vice Chancellor are communicated through the Registrar.

It says; "Any disciplinary communication that does not follow the above procedure is not authorized by Management and therefore be disregard. The University further states that no disciplinary report on the alleged incident is before Management for final decision".

This shows some miscommunication and unprofessionalism on the management of UPSA because sacking is a critical decision that needs to be approved by top management.


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