GIJ Masters’ Students petition government over governing council

Students who pursued Masters’ programmes at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) and completed in 2016 have petitioned government over their inability to graduate due to absence of a governing council for the institute.

According to the students, government has been “lethargic” with the inauguration of the council.

This they say points to a growing trend that is fast gaining root in the education sector whenever there is a change of government.

The effect of the absence of the council is that more than eight hundred students will have to wait patiently until such a time when an action is taken by the government.

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