NUGS raises red flag over clashes by students at UCC

Audrey Agyiri  (GhanaClass.Com)

The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has condemned the recent clashes by students at University of Cape Coast, calling the act unethical and disheartening.

“We are not in the jungle; this is very  alien and unethical to our code of conduct”.

According to the group, the  entire Ghanaian students populace are in turbulent times of late moving from committing of suicide to car accidents and currently, the bloody clash between university students at the University of Cape Coast. 

NUGS warned that nothing should lead to a bloody clash amongst university students who are the future leaders of this country, adding that we are in school to learn and that must reflect in all our endeavors as intellectuals.

“Without mincing words, we condemn the act entirely. We however advice students to resort to dialogue since we are not in the jungle”.

The Union calls on all stakeholders to help and assist  the police in its investigation and further punishment be meted out to offenders to deter others from repeating same actions.

“We sympathise with all the affected students and those hospitalised for sustaining injuries. We wish them speedy recovery as we join hearts and minds in prayer for them as well”.

Last week Friday, three students were stabbed at the UCC following a clash between irate students of the University of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and the University of Cape Coast.


NUGS also expressed sympathies and condolences to the families of the victims of the unfortunate incident that hit the Kintampo waterfalls killing and injuring many mostly students visiting the site .


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