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Old Vandal stabbed to death by colleague at Commonwealth Hall

An Old Vandal has been stabbed to death in a bloody fight with his colleague at the Commonwealth Hall of the University of Ghana, Legon.

The Saturday evening incident has shocked residents of the hall, who are yet to understand what triggered the heated argument that led to the fight in which broken bottles and a knife were used.

The Cape Coast high court presided over by Justice William Boampong has quashed the rustication of some 22 students by the University of Cape Coast. According to the Judge, the University did not provide enough evidence to authenticate their actions thereby rendering their decision to rusticate the students null and void.

According to the trial judge, the punishment meted to the students breached natural law and was fraught with ill will and bias.

UCC and PARTNERS INITIATE COWPEA PLANTING PROJECT

The Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology of the University of Cape Coast in partnership with the Savana Agricultural Research Institute and Plant Genetic Research Institute of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research have initiated a cowpea planting project aimed at developing new varieties of cowpea for farmers in Ghana.

The National Service Secretariat (NSS) has been dragged to court over its controversial insurance policy for service personnel funded by a ¢15 monthly deductions from their allowances.

In an application for an interlocutory injunction filed at the High Court in Accra, four service personnel want the management of NSS restrained from go ahead with the deductions until the suit is determined.

The four, Solomon Anapansah,Toxla Caleb Elikem, Kwadzodeh Enoch Lelabi and Timothy Donkor, are against the mandatory nature of the policy.

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