The 2022 graduation ceremony of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) was brought to a halt after the rains disrupted the event.

The first session of the 15th congregation, which took place at the School’s North Dzorwulu campus on Thursday, was put on hold as students ran to nearby auditoriums to seek cover.

This sparked agitations amongst the graduating students who levelled accusations and blames on the Institute’s management for what they termed as poor organisation.

In video footages that have since gone viral on social media, some students are heard chanting the popular ‘Arise Ghana Youth’ song to register their displeasure over the development.

While some students sought refuge under their umbrellas, others had their wet graduation gowns folded.

Meanwhile, Police officials are on the ground to ensure calm is restored.

Below are some reactions of students:

https://twitter.com/anas_belah/status/1517128157396094976
https://twitter.com/Kayjnr10/status/1517114485546356737

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