176 Graduating Students Certificates Withheld Due to Misconduct

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Very Reverend Father Professor A. Afful-Broni

The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) is retaining the results of 176 students who should graduate this year for misconducting themselves as per the Vice-Chancellor, Very Reverend Father Professor A. Afful-Broni at the 23rd congregation of the university.

As indicated by him at the occasion, the influenced students were among a total of 956 graduating class of 2018 from the Department of French Education who were sent to Togo for a few examinations yet behaved in a way that marred the image of the school.

According to him, MyNewsGh records that this almost cost the university its scholarship schemes appreciated by Togo. Due to that the University Council chose to authorize the students involved by retain the certificates for a half year to fill in as an impediment to other people.

“I am disheartened to report that, of the 956 being graduated today, the board has needed to take an agonizing, yet great choice to retain the certificates of all the 176 graduating students from the Department of French Education,” he uncovered.

Reverend Father Professor A. Afful-Broni clarified that the choice depended on intensive examinations by a board of trustees that prescribed to the University Council prompting the use of the recommended approvals.

“Give it a chance for it to be additionally recorded that this endorse is because of exhaustive examinations by a properly established analytical board of trustees of this University,” he clarified.

He cautioned that the UEW is focused on comprehensive instruction which incorporates moral training, including that administration of the university won’t engage any defiance, wrongdoing, and bad conduct in the school.

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