The Tertiary Education Institution of Network (TEN) a wing of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has called on the NDC executives to help them get office space to occupy their computers and printing machines.
According to Rockson Bukari the president of the school, lack of money has made it difficult for them to undertake their daily activities. Speaking to Hawa Lebsi on the amanie mid-day news on amanie 96.1 fm.
Mr. Bukari described the situation as worrying. He said the lack of space to keep their computers and printer is hampering the academic performance of the students.
Bukari says, he has observed that there is no national allocations to support the day to day activities of the school, hence they are pleading on government to consider them when making a national allocations to schools going forward.
However,Mr Rockson made clear why he is rather asking the NDC to come to their aid and not the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP).
” I have observed that the youth of the school are very vibrant and are willing to support the NDC to win the 2020 elections”. He opined.
Listen to Mr Bukari
Story by Theodora Sika Eyram
Publisher: Seth Nama Poku