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The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) is to reopen on Monday, April 8, after series of violent protests by students led to the closure of the school.

Students are expected to report to school on April 9, for academic activities to resume.

Chairman of the Governing Council, Prof.Emmanuel Nicholas Abakah in a statement said “Upon advice and permission from the Regional Security Council, the Governing Council wishes to announce for the attention of the general student body and the general public, the following schedule of arrangements for the re-opening of the University: Monday, 8" April, 2019 — Arrival of Students on Campus; Tuesday, 9" April, 2019 to Friday, 13" April, 2019 - Mid-Semester Examinations.”

The Governing Council also stated that it finds the current state of the University very worrying and does not augur well for the institution.

The decision to re-open following wide consultations, is to ensure lasting peaceful environment for academic work to be established on all campuses.

The Governing Council has also reinstated all three lecturers sacked by the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni, the statement added

"Prof Ephraim Avea Nsoh, Dr Emmanuel Osei Sarpong, and Dr Frimpong Kwaku Duku, have all been reinstated to their various ranks in the University with effect from Thursday, April 4".


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