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C.K. T UTAS appeals for gov’t support to address infrastructural challenges

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The Acting Vice-Chancellor of C.K. Tedam University of Applied Sciences and Technology, Professor Samson Abah Abagale, has called on the government to intervene and address the pressing infrastructural challenges faced by the institution.

According to Prof. Abagale, the implementation of the free senior high school program has led to a surge in university admissions, creating an urgent need for significant investments in infrastructure projects.

Speaking at the university’s 3rd congregation ceremony, held at the institution’s auditorium, Prof. Abagale said, “The government should not assume that everything is okay because everything is not okay.”

He added, “We are appealing to the government for lecture hall theaters and school buildings to house our growing number. We hope the government will not only hear us but will also answer us in the affirmative.”

The Vice-Chancellor painted a vivid picture of the current situation, explaining that the majority of ongoing construction projects within the university have come to a standstill due to various challenges.

These challenges, he said, have significantly hampered the institution’s ability to create additional infrastructure to meet the demands of the expanding student body.

The Acting Vice-Chancellor expressed optimism that the government would not only hear their plea but also respond positively to the pressing needs of the institution.

The fulfillment of these requests, he added, would not only alleviate the current challenges but also contribute to the overall enhancement of education in the region.

The university graduated a total of 424 students, comprising 190 graduate students and 234 undergraduate students, respectively.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|

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