A third-year student of English, Agyei Annoh Godwin has signalled management of the university community to as a matter of urgency renovate the CCB Lecture Theatre after parts of the ceiling of the building fell off over the weekends.
This was Baggio’s say on the state of the ultra-modern.
The University community is cognizant of a recent unfortunate incident. On 7th March 2021, the CCB auditorium had some of its parts and roof brought down.
One does not need a soothsayer’s verdict on the nature of the building to know the damage it could emanate if left behind-the-scenes.
The unfortunate episode which happened on Sunday(weekend) could have been more disastrous on weekdays which happen to be lecture days for students.
This incident is a bad omen for an impending event with far deleterious injuries ahead. Thus, every strategy by respective stakeholders must be actioned to tackle these heads on.
The fragile structures of the building adding up to the recent episode has pervaded fear and insecurity among students within the faculty of social sciences.
We, therefore, adjure authorities to make attempts towards its renovation. We stoutly believe the only alternative for forestalling such incidents is RENOVATION.
We seek to signal the University community of our willingness towards pressuring the renovation of the Lecture Theatre and the CCB as well. For that, we won’t sleep on!
From such premise, we would like to take this opportunity to implore students within the faculty of social sciences to be calm and engaging as we work towards their safety.
AGYEI ANNOH GODWIN (BAGGIO) ,
A CONCERNED SOCIAL SCIENTIST