There have been new and improved developments in the case of the university of Education, Winneba.
In a live interview withnessed by Jennygh, the MP for Efutu constituency stated that the university of Education Winneba, has been reopened for all academic activities to begin. BREAKING NEWS: UEW Has Been Reopened For All Academic Activities _ Afenyo Markins
Hon. Alex Afenyo markins, member of parliament for the Efutu constituency and a prominent figure in the ongoing court case between the University and a native of Efutu land revealed in an interview with radio peace, a Winneba based Fm station that the University has reopened and students are to return to campus with immediate effect for academic activities to be resumed.
Hon. Afenyo claimed the police and regional security had been made aware of the latest development and students are free to move around campus.
In a background check on the welfare of students on campus, Jennygh can conclude that students are not fully convinced of their safety on campus should they return as the member of parliament.
It can be recalled that Member of Parliament (MP) for Effutu Constituency, Alexander Afenyo-Markin, played a key role in the removal of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Professor Mawutor Avoke.
The Supreme Court quashed a Winneba High court decision that led to their suspension and subsequent dismissal of Prof. Avoke.
Subsequently, lawyers of dismissed former Vice-Chancellor wrote to the school’s Governing Council directing it to prepare the office of their client to enable him to resume work.
Prior to this period, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, swore Reverend Father Professor Anthony Afful-Broni, as the new Vice Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW).
This was amidst a warning by law Professor Raymond Atuguba to President Nana Akufo-Addo for abetting illegality, because the induction happened pending the case challenging the removal of the immediate past Vice-Chancellor.
Earlier today, Jennygh reported incidents of riots and demonstration on campus to led to the loss of life and injuries.