The lighting system on the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology campus could soon be addressed.
This is because indigenous oil marketing company, Union Oil is committing 70,000 Ghana Cedis to address the challenge by installing solar powered lights to illuminate the campus.
Some students in recent times have been robbed or attacked in obscure areas, raising questions about security in recent year.
Marketing Manager for Union Oil, Kissi Appiah explains to Nhyiranews the move is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.
“The school made a request in our previous meeting that they would want us to assist them to illuminate the campus by installing LED lights. They gave us the estimate of the project and our fulfilment to the promise is to donate 70,000 Ghana cedis,” he said.
“We hope this kind gesture would help lighten the campus and curb irresponsible acts”. Mr Kissi Appiah added.
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