Trouble at St. Louis College of Education over "tasteless" food

Trouble at St. Louis College of Education over "tasteless" food

Students of the St. Louis College of Education in Kumasi are protesting over the food served them at the school's dining hall.

According to some of the agitated students who refused to eat their supper on Wednesday, 10th August, the quality and quantity of the meals served them has regularly been on a decline despite an increase in their school fees.

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A report by Ultimate News says the students have complained that their collective efforts to get the administration of the school to come to their aid have proven futile. The school fees for the students were reportedly increased from GHC1,135 to GHC1,400 per student.

Trouble at St. Louis College of Education over "tasteless" food
St. Louis College of Education Students

"We have been having problem about the quantity  and quality of food given us, this term the quantity has reduced drastically, one person cannot even have one full ladle of meal, our demonstration is on a quite note, the food is tasteless and insufficient, we have been complaining it but authorities have done nothing about it," they bemoaned.

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According to the report, the only school authority who was on hand at the campus was the Vice Principal Mr. Safo who declined to comment on the matter until authorization was given from the management of the school.


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