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Katanga receive its first batch of female students

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Katanga receive its first batch of female students

An announcement already published by Hypercitigh.com that both male halls at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have been converted into mix halls following management decision to increase female enrollment and female participation in area of science and technology.
The University Hall popularly known as Katanga have been directed to make preparations towards the mave and has received her list of 43 female student in the first batch assigned to the Hall.
More names are expected to trip in after the institutions congregation next.

Katanga receive its first batch of female students
katanga 2018-2019 admission list1

Our projections also see a chunk of females freshmen been assigned to the two male halls, Katanga and Conti in KNUST in the 2018/2019 admissions.
Do you think female students will survive in the city of Katanga?
Source: Yawpreko.com

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