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University Hall (Katanga) President unchained

16 Apr
University Hall (Katanga) President unchained

Deep throat source reveals that prosecutors to impeach the president of the University Hall (Katanga) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have dropped their legal proceedings in the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) court after a protracted legal running battle.
According to the source, the prosecutors say they want to discontinue pursuing the case for the interest of the hall.
By this, Mr. Ekpor resumes his position as the president of the all male hall and can now perform his duties as mandated by the constitution.
Mr. Ekpor Anyimah Ackah, came under fire following a myriad of allegations brought against him by a group which called itself “Concerned Katangees” led by Mr. Samuel Mensah.
The spat between Mr. Ekpor vrs the “Concerned Katangees” began in October, 2010, when the latter raised some allegations against the final year Agricultural Economics student seeking for his head over what the they describe as gross neglect of duties and shirking of responsibilities.
Following this development, Mr. Ekpor in January, 2011 was asked to put an abrupt stop to the performance of any official duties and vacate his position as the hall’s president pending investigations and face the hall’s Disciplinary Committee after a ruling by the hall’s Judicial Commission to that effect.
Counsel for Mr. Ekpor petitioned the office of the SRC Judicial Commission against the ruling and sought two reliefs including quashing the petition for his removal.
The case, which was adjudicated by a five member panel of the SRC court, quashed the decision for Mr. Ekpor to appear before a Disciplinary Committee to answer questions involving leaving to contest the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) president in Wa among other allegations.
The ruling also identified that that the allegations leveled against Mr. Ekpor have no constitutional merits.
Bright Habita
Focus Fm. KNUST

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