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Prof Lawrence Atepor

Legal representatives of the suspended Rector of the Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) are challenging the decision of the National Council of Tertiary Education (NCTE) to suspend their client.

Prof Lawrence Atepor was suspended following allegations related to the lack of accountability in the use of resources of the polytechnic, breach of rules and procedures and disregard for due process and directives from the judicial authorities leveled against him in a petition to the NCTE by some persons at the Polytechnic.

Members of Komenda College Old Students’ Association, KOSA (Central Region) have held a health walk and free health screening exercise in Cape Coast.

The event which was supported by ATL FM, Baiden Ghartey Memorial Hospital and the Central Region Supporters’ Union brought together members of the association from various parts of the region as well as the general public.

The Faculty of Law of University of Cape Coast has been declared winners of the maiden inter faculty debate organised by the College of Humanities and Legal Studies.

The debate which forms part of activities to mark the College’s week celebration was aimed at allowing students within the College express their views on topical issues in the country through sound arguments.