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A section of the student populace of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology are vehemently calling for the head of the electoral commissioner.

The concern studentswant the head of the commission to resign from his position for what describe acting with impunity and unprofessional.

Fingers are being directed at graduates of herbal medicine as the answer to a positive change in medicine production in Ghana.

Experts say perennial issue of side effects and overtime resistance of orthodox medicines could be relegated to the background if we embrace herbal drugs.

The Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is threatening to convert the two male halls of the University into mixed halls.

According to Professor Otoo Ellis, the leadership of the University will be forced to embark on this quest if students of these halls break any more rules of the University.

In recent years, both halls have developed bad blood against each other which has resulted in some unnecessary casualties on few occasions.

An agri-business development expert is calling for a review of the educational curriculum of agricultural studiesin Universities in Ghana.

Executive Director of Agri-Impact Consult, Dan Acquaye is worried agriculture education in universities especially KNUST is more lecture based with minimum exposure and industry interaction.

Telecommunication giants Vodafone Ghana have resolved to benefit all tertiary institutions in Ghana with their initiative of promoting innovation amongst students.

The company has established the first ever technology hub at the KNUST which seems to be promoting innovation in the school.

HFC bank is partnering the Centre for Business Development of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology to unearth and develop entrepreneurs from among the students.
The agreement between the two parties involves a tune of a hundred thousand dollars(100,000) for a three year sponsorship deal.

Itz amazing...although Republic Hall JCRC and the main sponsor for Repu Hall Week 2014, Accra Brewery Limited are currently settling the issue with some of the artistes who were listed to rock the Repu FunCity 2014, sold 875 advance tickets today.

Although the sale of advance tickets has been encouraging since the beginning of the month, the total number of tickets sold per day increases exremely as we approach March 22.

Stay Connected to for the outcome of the emergency meetings on-going to ensure Repu Hall Week remains #1 tomorrow.

We are leaving no stone unturned. Repu FunCity is Repu FunCity no matter what...Don't miss the FUN!

Fifty eight (58) very good students of the College of Engineering (CoE) of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have been given awards by some corporate institutions.

Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah of Science and Technology (KNUST), Professor William Otoo Ellis, says the University cannot build new halls or hostels in the wake of the increasing accommodation crisis confronting the University.

He says the University does not have the capacity and the requisite funds to undertake a building project any time soon.

Come ending of March, 2014, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology could become the centre of attraction in Kumasi.
This is because certain personalities of international repute but of Ghanaian origin have been billed to honour this year’s edition of the Vice Chancellor’s awards.

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