Per a report by Citinewsroom.com, the governing council of the University of Education, Winneba, has estimated that the recent demonstration has cost the university an amount of GHC250,000.
Interacting with the press after assessing the situation, a member of the council, John Darko, said damaged facilities included an Automated Teller Machine (ATM), glass windows and vehicles.
He added that the Ajumako and Winneba campuses of the university will be opened soon, in consultation with the Regional Security Council (RSC), headed by the Central regional minister, Kwamena Duncan.
The RSC, on Thursday, March 14, 2019, indefinitely shut down the university, after a 3-day protest by students, which ended in the destruction of several properties.
The students were demanding the reinstatement of some lecturers who have been sacked.
The dismissed lecturers included local University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) president, Dr. Frimpong Kakyire Duku, the Principal of the Colleges of Languages at UEW, Prof. Ephraim Avea Nsoh and Dr. Emmanuel Osei Sarpong.
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