Prof. Felix K Abagale, National President of the UDS Alumni who made the call, bemoaned the deplorable roads on the campuses saying that it was not only hampering academic work but affecting the health status of both the students and staff.
A group calling itself Concerned Citizens of Upper West Region have berated political leaders in the region, especially the eleven MP’s for showing gross indifference and silence in the struggle to reverse a decision by authorities of the University for Development Studies ( UDS) to move several courses that are run at the Wa campus of the school to the Tamale campus under a so-called realigned of programmes.
The Principal of Tamale School of Hygiene, Bello Seiwu has bemoaned the deplorable state of health institution adding that it requires government’s immediate attention.
According to Bello Seiwu, the school has never witnessed any major facelift since its establishment as Northern Ghana’s premier hygiene school.
He was addressing the school’s Alumni reunion program dubbed, “Proactive Alumni, key to the development of Alma Mater.”
The Wa High Court has quashed the suspension of the Rector for Wa Polytechnic, Professor Emmanuel Marfo, by the governing council of the school.
Justice Kwasi Boakye also ruled that the polytechnic use laid-down procedures of the institution to suspend the Rector.