The Head of Security at the University of Ghana, Mr. George Amofa has urged students to report these hawkers to porters and the nearest security personnel available.
He explained that the activities of hawkers who move from room to room to have their goods purchased are not legitimate and recognized by the school and as such, any such activity should be regarded as criminal.
He furthered advised students to be vigilant and careful as his outfit has received numerous theft cases with regards to hawkers who visit students’ rooms. He said,
“There have been numerous cases of people stealing from students under the pretense that, they are selling to students”.
Now the issue of hawkers trading in some traditional halls here at the University of Ghana campus has become a threat to security.
Some of these hawkers move from room to room to have their goods purchased which has one way or another led to students items being stolen.
But speaking on Campus Exclusive earlier today, Head of Security here at the University of Ghana, Mr. George Amofa explained that it is illegal for people to trade or sell their wares in the halls.
He further advised students to be vigilant and report hawkers trading in the various traditional halls to the porters or the security.
By: Elliot Nuertey/universnewsroom