KNUST: Africa Hall President and General Secretary Asked to Step Aside

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KNUST: Africa Hall President and General Secretary Asked to Step Aside

Authorities of Africa Hall in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have asked Miss Winifred Abotsi and Miss Eunice Adjetey to step aside as president and General Secretary of the Hall for engaging in criminal misconduct.

Information available to kampustoday.com indicate that the two former executives of the hall are under investigations on an alleged criminal misconduct and tempering with funds of about 1.5 billion old Ghana cedis from Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) as sponsorship for fans for the hall.

They created Fake Bank Account in the name of Africa Hall to get the alleged amount from GNPC without the knowing of the Hall authorities and the other hall Executives.

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According to a letter signed by the Hall Warden, Marian A. Nkansah (PhD), The hall has announced the alleged culprits as unfit to represent them and has called on the entire university community to desist from any engagement with them in the name of the hall.

Effects: 

Eunice Adjetey who wants to contest for president of the Hall has been refused vetting on two occasions on grounds of the alleged criminal misconduct.

Winifred Abotsi has already declared her intentions to run for the position of SRC president in KNUST this year, a portfolio when finally achieved, she will join in the history with the likes of Miss Sofia Korkor who contested for KNUST SRC president in 2005/2006 although she loss in the end and Miss Elikplim Katahena who also contested for KNUST SRC president but she equally didn’t win.

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We can’t say for now if she will continue her ambition of contesting for the top job in the 2018 KNUST SRC elections in the wake of these allegations of criminal misconduct against her.

Stay informed for more updates.



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