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Chairman of the Federation of Universities Senior Staff Association of Ghana, FUSSAG, UCC branch, Daniel Arthur Egyir has announced, that there have been major disagreements among the National Executives of the Association with the various chapters threatening to break away from the mother association.

He said there appears not to be a clear way forward. This according to him makes the breakaway more likely.

The Acting Director of the Directorate of Public Affairs, University of Cape Coast [UCC], Major Kofi Baah Bentum says no student has been sacked in relation to the vandalism of Oguaa hall.

He notes that news being carried on some news portals indicating that some 20 students who were invited by the police in connection with the vandalism have been expelled from the university are false.

The Vice Chancellor of the UCC - Prof Joseph Ghartey Ampiah (middle) supported by the Rev. Prof JOY Mante presenting the award to the overal best Stephanie Quansemah

The Institute of Education of University of Cape Coast [UCC] has awarded ten students from the various Colleges of Education in the country for their outstanding academic performance in the 2015/2016 academic year.

The students, who were awarded at the 6th excellence awards ceremony organised by the Institute were drawn from ten colleges of education after successfully meeting the requirement for the selection.

Emmanuel Quarshie, the level 100 student who was stabbed during the weekend's vandalism at Oguaa Hall

A delegation from the University of Cape Coast yesterday were at the 37 Military Hospital to visit Emmanuel Quarshie, the level 100 student who was stabbed during the weekend's vandalism at Oguaa Hall.

The team which was led by the Dean of Student Affairs, Prof Kwoaw Edjah included the Director of University Health Service, Dr. Evans Ekanam and the Administrator of UCC Hospital, Mr. Atta Sarpong Yeboah.

The Central Regional Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Police Service Assistant Superintendent of Police [ASP] Irene Oppong has revealed that the twenty-two [22] students of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] who were arrested in connection with the recent clash on campus during the Atlantic [ATL] Hall week celebration, have been granted bail of surety under the Hall Master. The students are however required to return to the police station tomorrow with a parent for a bail transfer since the case is a criminal one.

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