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KNUST:University Hall, ‘Katanga’ digs hard in legal battle

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University Hall, ‘Katanga’, KNUST is seeking to place an injunction on the admission of female students into the hall.
The writ which dates the 13th of August, 2018 is requesting the Kumasi high court of judicature to restrain the university authorities from converting University hall into a mixed sex hall.
The suit seeks to restrain the vice chancellor, the dean of students, and their assigns and agents, from engaging in any further unlawful and/or unconstitutional acts of varying the status of ‘Katanga’ by admitting female students and/or  displacing male student until final determination of a substantive lawsuit that is currently pending before the court.

This comes under the wake of the deepened tension between the university authorities and the Hall’s Alumni as several modes of resolving the mixed hall saga seemed to have failed.
The plaintiffs herein, Mohammed Tangna Kataba, Kwame Owusu Ansah and Joshua Yayra Green all of the university hall would have their fate determined pursuant to this suit either granted or annulled on Thursday, 23rd of August, 2018. However, information from the KNUST admissions website suggests that the university authorities have already started assigning females to ‘Katanga’.
 

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