A frustrated past student of the University of Ghana has dragged the University to Ghana's high court for failing to graduate him.
The student by name Collins Owusu-Sekyere served writs from the High Court to the University Wednesday March 14.
According to the former Commonwealth Hall resident, the University has refused to graduate him despite completing about two years ago.
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A report on legonconnect.com suggests that the plaintiff, Collins Owusu-Sekyere, was part of a group of students that organized an illegal procession from Commonwealth Hall to Hilla Limann hall somewhere in March 2016, after the university had clearly banned all such processions.
According to the report, Collins claimed he was not part of the said procession but was not even invited to tell his side of the story.
On March 10, 2106, the university expelled all students who were reportedly part ofthe said procession from their halls of residence which included Collins.
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Collins Owusu-Sekyere has therefore taking the university to the High Court to seek for fair treatment.
The University of Ghana is yet to respond to the issue.
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