The management of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has outlined measures to curb recent students attacks on campus.
These measures according to the institution is to curb “almost daily attacks on students.”
A press release issued on Friday, September 30 and signed by the Vice Dean of Students said two of cutlass attacks is requiring major surgery.
“In the last two weeks there have been almost daily attacks on students in the Amamoma area.
“Two of which have resulted in the affected students being cut severely with cutlasses requiring major surgery,” it said.
The management has thus asked the students to be security conscious of their surroundings.
“Students are being reminded to be security conscious wherever they may be and in whatever they do,” the statement added.
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