A Forensic Scientist at the University of Cape Coast [UCC] Nana Osei Mensah Bonsu has said that the media is to blame for most unsolved reports of murders that have been made to look like suicide. He explained that the media does not have the skill to conduct interviews at such scenes.
A Professor at the School of Agriculture at the University of Cape Coast [UCC] Prof. Joseph Agyei Kwarteng, has charged the Nana Akufo-Addo led government to make Ghana’s agricultural sector competitive. He stated that improving the holistic agricultural sector will present better opportunities for the Ghanaian youth instead of concentrating on a specific part of the sector.
Following the acts of vandalism visited on Oguaa Hall on the night of 17th March during the Hall Week celebration of Atlantic Hall leading to two students getting critically wounded and others sustaining minor injuries, the Vice Chancellor of UCC, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah has assured that management of the university is committed to ensuring law and order on campus.
The founding Dean of the Faculty of Law of University of Cape Coast, Professor Philip Ebo Bondzie Simpson says for Ghana to thrive on the path of development, there is the need to ensure justice for all citizens irrespective of one’s ethnic background or social status.
He says it is important to allow the supremacy of the law take charge in all the endeavors of citizens. Failure to adhere to this he explains can have dire consequences on the development of the nation.