UEW Brouhaha: Pressure mounts on UEW VC to resign
The Ashanti Region Chapter of the Concerned Students and Alumni of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) will hit the streets of Kumasi April 5, 2019, to protest against events happening in the institution.
Announcing their decision in a press release, the group indicated that tomorrow’s demonstration is the continuation of the series of peaceful protests across the country to register their displeasure over the unlawful dismissal of some lecturers of the University and the aftermath incidents.
They are seeking the immediate reinstatement of all wrongly sacked lecturers and staffs of the University and the sacking of the Vice Chancellor (VC), Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni.
The Concerned Students and Alumni are also demanding the urgent resignation or sacking of the Council Chairman, Prof. Nicholas Abakah.
They vowed to keep on protesting until their “rightful demands are fully met”.
Read the full statement below
THE CONCERNED STUDENTS AND ALUMNI -UEW
BLACK FRIDAY – CONTINUATION OF PEACEFUL PROTESTS AT KUMASI ON THE 5TH OF APRIL, 2019.
The Concerned Students and Alumni (Kumasi Chapter) of the University of Education, Winneba wishes to inform all stakeholders about the continuation of our peaceful protests at Kumasi on Friday, 5th April, 2019 at exactly 8:00am.
This protest on Friday is a continuation of our series of peaceful protests across the country to demand and press for;
1. The immediate reinstatement of all wrongly sacked lecturers/staffs of the University.
2. The immediate resignation or sacking of the Vice Chancellor (VC), Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni.
3. The immediate resignation or sacking of the Council Chairman, Prof. Nicholas Abakah.
Until our rightful demands are fully met, these series of protests will unabatedly continue.
On Friday 5th April, 2019 we shall converge at Abrepo Junction(starting point) and move to the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) to Pampaso through to the Prisons Roundabout to Adum Post Office, then to the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) to the Asafo Roundabout and finally to the Jubilee Park.
All UEW students, Alumni, workers and the general public who have the University at heart are entreated to join this freedom fight.
The Concerned Students and Alumni shall fight on and succeed.