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Regional News of Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Source: The Informer

SRC president wants affordable housing for students

The newly elected President of the Students’ Representative Council of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology wants the government to complete some of the affordable housing structures for students of the University.

Caleb Fugah says accommodation challenges on the campus poses great concern and will be his immediate priority as he takes over the mantle of leadership of the students’ front.

The SRC President is particularly worried the “double intake” into the University this year will compound the woes of students when it comes to accommodation issues.

He believes the accommodation situation will get worse with the intake of fresh students this academic year. He is also concerned about the rapidly rising cost of hostel and Hall accommodation on the campus. He believes the rising costs are arbitrary.

Caleb Fugah, who has endeared himself to many students of the KNUST through his promises to mitigate many of the students’ challenges believes that the accommodation problems would be greatly eased if the government could move to complete some of the affordable housing structures for the students of the country’s premier Science and Technology University.

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