KNUST Vice Chancellor, Prof. Williams Otoo Ellis Sunday urged all drivers on campus to put an end to the habit of careless driving. He made this statement when addressing the congregation at the first SCC joint service held at the royal parade grounds.
He particularly told riders of motor bikes not to take his words as only an advice but a caution as well, adding that security measures are underway to ensure sanity on campus as far as driving is concerned.
He also announced the leadership training program which the Dean of Students will launch this year, entreating all students especially Christians to take advantage of that program. He continued to say that it is high time Christians assumed leadership positions in the country and so Christians should pray in that direction and take up leadership roles.
Bringing his speech to a closure, he stated that the supplementary examination is due to take effect from September this year.
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