- Old Vandals has condemned the alleged brutalities suffered by Commonwealth Hall students during a vigil in June
- The students had gathered for a vigil for the late former National Science and Maths Quiz contestant James Lutterodt
- The Old Vandals also accused the University of Ghana administration of prejudice against students of the Commonwealth Hall
Old Vandals Association of the University of Ghana has condemned the alleged brutality on students of the Commonwealth Hall during the vigil for the late former National Science and Maths Quiz contestant, James Lutterodt.
In July, the university’s administration allegedly assaulted a group of students for organising the vigil.
The association said the university’s administration had unleashed terror on students. It also accused the university administration of prejudice against students of the Commonwealth Hall.
James Lutterodt, a former student of KETASCO, died under bizarre circumstances on Monday, July 3, 2023.
On September 9, 2023, the late KETASCO 2021 NSMQ finalist's funeral and burial service were held at his alma mater.
James Lutterodt's aunt reveals how NSMQ star died
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported the late KETASCO star's aunty's account of how her nephew died. Celestina Lutterodt disclosed that the passing of the 19-year-old boy was not natural.
She claimed that his friends poisoned him in school. James Lutterodt, who has successfully gained admission into the University of Ghana, Legon, was scheduled to continue his education abroad.
Mahama mourns James Lutterodt
In a tribute posted on Facebook, Mahama said he will always fondly recall the impressive performance of James and his colleagues in the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ).
"James will always hold a special place in our hearts. His passing at such a young age is heartbreaking," Mahama wrote.
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