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We’ll take another action after 24 hours ultimatum- GIJ students

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The Students Representative Council (SRC) of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) has said if the institution’s authorities turn a deaf ear to the students’ demand they would be forced to take another action against them.

The Students Representative Council (SRC) of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) has said if the institution’s authorities turn a deaf ear to the students’ demand they would be forced to take another action against them.

A member of the interim Students Representative Council [SRC] Naa Mintah speaking with Ark News monitored by Soiree News Nana Ama Asiedu said all they want is for the school’s authorities to use the proper way to meet their demands.

Students of Ghana Institute of Journalism, GIJ on Wednesday demonstrated over the management’s deferment directive

Students who gathered in front of the Osu-Ringway campus are being denied access to the school premises.

The decision according to security officers on duty is “an order from above.”

This comes after the management of GIJ issued a communiqué on Tuesday, March 23, 2021, directing all students “who paid their fees after the registration deadline to defer their programme”.

According to the communiqué, management took the decision “at its meeting held on Monday, March 22, 2021”, a day into their revision week in preparation for their first semester exams. Meanwhile, management and the Dean of Students have refused to comment on the matter “until further notice.”

Speaking with a member of the interim Students Representative Council [SRC] Naa Mintah did not disclose any further action but said they would continue with their action until their demands are met.

 

Source :sn24.com

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