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All roads lead to University of Cape Coast’s New Examination Centre [NEC] as the New Patriotic Party [NPP] organizes its 1st National Annual Delegates Conference this weekend.

This conference is being held in pursuance of Article 9(1) of the party’s constitution.

Prior to the national delegates’ conference, the party, per the provisions of Article 6 and 7, successfully held its delegates conferences in all the 275 constituencies and 10 regions of the country.

An Applied Socio-Cultural Anthropologist at the Centre for African and International Studies of the University of Cape Coast, Douglas Frimpong- Nnuroh is calling on the African Union, France and civil society groups to get Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe to see to the amendment of the Country’s constitution.

He believes this would ensure that peace prevails as any chaos in the country would spill over to other countries who would play host to fleeing Togolese.

In 2005, Togo’s military {Forces Armes Togolaise} got the Country’s parliament to remove a constitutional clause which enabled Faure Gnassingbe to fill a power vacuum as a result of Gnassingbe Eyadema’s incapacitation.

A senior lecturer with the Department of Population and Health of University of Cape Coast, Dr. Eugene Dartey has said Ghana does not have population challenges as being suggested by the National Population Council.

According to him, a lot needs to be invested in the population structure to make it useful.

The Dean of Students of University of Cape Coast, Professor Koawo Edjah has advised fresh students of the University to be concerned with each other’s welfare by taking advantage of a provision known as the “Distressed Students Reporting Protocol” to report suspected ill behaviour of their colleagues for action to be taken.

Addressing the fresh students for the 2017/2018 academic year at an orientation programme on Monday, Professor Edjah said although the students were from various backgrounds they were expected to behave in a civilised manner on the University campus.