UPSA students demonstrate fuel station behind school

UPSA students demonstrate fuel station behind school
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | NSA
Date: 09-10-2017 Time: 08:10:08:am

Students of the University of Professional Studies are this morning staging a protest against the citing of a fuel station just behind the school.

The move by the students comes on the back of a gas explosion at the Atomic Junction that has so far claimed 7 lives with more than 130 people injured.

In a statement the Students’ Representative Council said “Due to the high number of casualties recorded by some students of UPSA, the executive council of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) would like to by this notice inform the students of the University of Professional Studies, Accra declare a demonstration tomorrow, Monday 9th October 2017”.

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The statement encouraged students to turn up for the demonstration even though there will be no lectures today.

Below are details of the statement

To: THE ENTIRE STUDENT POPULACE OF THE UPSA

CALL FOR A MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION
❗❗❗❗❗❗❗❗❗

Due to the high number of casualties recorded by some students of UPSA,
the executive council of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) would like to, by this notice inform the students of the University of Professional Studies, Accra declare a demonstration tomorrow, Monday 9th October, 2017.

We, therefore, call on all student leaders, student unions (NUGS, GUPS, USAG, etc) and all media houses to come on board to support the SRC as we embark on a demonstration demanding the immediate closure of the Sel filling station situated just behind the university.

Students are therefore advised to dress in black and red tomorrow with placards (Sel filling station must be closed down)

NB: Students should note that there will be no lectures tomorrow however, all students should be present for the demonstration.

Venue: Infront of LBC
Time: 08:30 am

Thank you.

Signed:
Justice Gadugah
Src President.

Issued:
Kwawukumey Winston

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