News reaching us confirms that some students in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) are injured while some school properties have been destroyed as 'Katanga' and 'Conti' clash at SRC vetting. The members of the two halls which are the Conti hall and Katanga hall fought fiercely today. Currently, a lot of things have been destroyed in the vetting auditorium while some people are injured.
According to some reports provided, an SRC vetting was going on today but as soon as the ceremony was about to commence members from both halls began fighting due to some misunderstandings.
Some students were fighting using sticks while other students fought using cutlasses. A video of the event is currently trending on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. In the trending video, you could see some students throwing chairs at each other. Others were holding big sticks. The members of the 'Katanga hall' were wearing yellow shirts while members of the 'Conti hall' were in red shirts.
Currently, a lot of school properties have been destroyed. The vetting auditorium is currently in a whole mess. More updates regarding this issue will be provided as time goes on. We are all not sure if the SRC vetting will be held again.
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