A retired educationist, I.K. Gyasi, has asked the newly-constituted Interim Council for the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to make their findings public after they are done with the probe into the riots by the students on Monday that led to the destruction of 40 cars, 10 motorbikes as well as school property.

“Normally, you will have such committees submitting their findings to the government but because portions of the findings may be against the government of the day or somebody close to that government, they will want to shield the reports from the public; that should not be done in this, it should be made public at the end of their work,” he told Kwabena Prah Jnr (The Don), host of Ghana Yensom on Accra100.5FM, Friday, 26 October in response to a statement issued earlier by Mr Ekow Vincent Assafuah, PRO, Ministry of Education, that in the stead of the dissolved council, a 7-member Interim Council has been put in place to run the school.

The Interim Council, chaired by Nana Effah Apenteng, Paramount Chief of the Bompata Traditional Area, has a three-month tenure.

This follows briefs and recommendations made by the Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, after he led a high-powered delegation, including the Minister of National Security, Albert Kan-Dapaah; and the Minister-Designate of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, to Kumasi.

Source : Ghana/AccraFM.com

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