Pressure Group for Autonomous UDS to Champion Campaign with Giant Billboard

A pressure  group seeking  to ratify UBIDS is preparing  to launch a billboard to champion the course of making the University  Autonomous.

Mounting of Giant BILLBOARD

The leadership of Progress & Accountability Platform (PaP) have sought for legal council with regards to the Mounting of the giant billboard depicting the name of UBIDS.
We have therefore resolved to Mount the billboard in January, 2019 as a way of political pressure to ensuring that the ratification process will not unduly be delayed.
As part of initiatives to getting this done, leadership is in a discussion to cost budget in order to enable us mobilized the need resource for the billboard.

Ratify UBIDS, New Logo

We further wish to indicate that; CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION OF UDS, Tamale is still delight with the status quo and for that matter a political pressure will awaken stakeholders involved to fast track the process.
It is so surprising to indicate that, nothing has been done by the central administration to engage the university leadership to discuss the issue of autonomy as announced by the president of the Republic of Ghana….
We also want to state categorically that; plans are still advance to meeting with upper west Regional HOUSE OF CHIEFS who have demonstrated love for the region to brief them on state of affairs.
PaP therefore wish to urged all to drive or ride with extra caution as well as celebrate this festive seasons with vigilance and sense of truism.
May the good lord cross us over to 2019. The struggle still continuous.
Thank you all!
Mr. Bipuah Mohammed
Interim Communication Officer
(PaP)
( Tel: 0547746499)

 

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