- Some students have chastised the SRC of UDS over a party that was organised for first year students
- Reports have it that the party turned into something else as students were allegedly seen having intercourse in public
There is anger at the Nyankpala campus of the University of Development (UDS) after the Student’s Representative Council (SRC) was accused of organising an 'atopa' party on campus to welcome freshers.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Starrfmoline.com, the said party was held last Friday, September 28.
The confusion and uproar emerged days later after some obscene photographs of the alleged event were posted on social media.
The photographs, posted by angry users who claimed they were students of the university and attended the event, showed participants in compromised scenes.
Some said the whole party was turned into an “atopa party” and alleged they saw others having intercourse in the crowd while people were dancing.
Th report continued that during a visit to the institution, the allegation against the SRC was already a talking point among students.
The situation has drawn a growing anger from a lot of Christian ministries on the campus who are 'up in arms against the SRC for what they claimed to be a case of “failed” leadership.
The Deeper Life Campus Fellowship, one of such angry religious bodies on the UDS campus, condemned the event and tagged it “not good” and “unacceptable”.
A senior member of the fellowship, Charlies Atonive, said the SRC which organised the event did not consult the religious bodies on campus.
According to the report, it was not exactly what happened during the event and whether students were really caught having intercourse in the crowd but the rising anger provides a broader scenario of how serious the students have taken the incident.
The Deeper Life Fellowship preached against the misconducts displayed in the photographs by the students, calling it “evil” and added that it breached the school’s principles guiding students conduct on campus.
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