The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of the Ho Polytechnic has withdrawn allegations levelled against the Dean of Students of the Polytechnic, Ben Hoenyenugah and has subsequently retracted its call for his removal from office.
This followed an emergency meeting held by the Council where it resolved to drop all issues raised against him and retracted all media publications.
In a statement signed by its President, Franklin Décor and his Vice, Walter Adoboe expressed regret for their actions.
The statement further stated that they later met the Polytechnic Management for dialogue to find lasting solutions to the tension created on issues of the Ghana National Union of Polytechnic Students’ (GNUPS) National Elections to be held at Ho.
The statement also noted that they felt sorry and have therefore rendered their sincere apology and were remorseful for their actions and inactions to the office of the Dean of Students, particularly to Mr. Ben Hoenyegah, other stakeholders and the entire Polytechnic Management who were in one way or the other offended by their utterances and conducts during the impasse.
It will be recalled that the Ho Polytechnic SRC and Management were in disagreement early this, month following the hosting and issues on elections of the Ghana National Union of Polytechnic Students to be held Ho.
Subsequently, at an emergency General Assembly Meeting, the Polytechnic Community, through the SRC gave the management a 48-hour ultimatum for the resolution of the issue in default of which they were to embark on a peaceful on campus demonstration.
There is however, peace on campus with students going about their duties.
From Kafui Gati, Ho