As primary and secondary schools are yet to open, Tertairy universities have.
But one problem runs through all Ghana's tertiary universities- inadequate accommodation.
But the law professor has argued that Ghana must concentrate on its future leaders by investing in accommodations at it's various public schools than giving huge sums of monies to politicians every four years as ex-Gratia.
In a social media list today, the law professor wrote:
"In this widely acclaimed democracy, which guarantees the right to information, citizens cannot even see the report of a committee appointed to determine the emoluments of key public officials".
"Students have no where to lay their heads but the chosen few are collecting ex-gratia that could accommodate them".
"SALL was unlawfully disenfranchised by an administrative fiat approximately two score days ago. We cannot allow that to be normalized", he ended.
We pray our leaders see it as a problem to address most of tee accommodation problems on our campuses.
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