The Students Representative Council (SRC) of the Yamfo College of Health in the Tano North Municipality of the Ahafo Region has called on the National Accreditation Board to speed up the accreditation process to enable students to continue their academic work.
About a month ago, the Sunyani High Court placed an injunction on teaching and learning following allegations that the school was running programs without accreditation.
In a Citi News Interview, the SRC President of the institution, Abdul Manaf, said the current state of affairs is hindering academic work.
“I know it entails a lot but we’re appealing to all stakeholders involved especially the National Accreditation Board, as the school has also fortified their part of the agreement, to also come in to do all the necessary checks and also everything to bring out the report as soon as possible for us to also know our stand for now because students as at now are in a state of dilemma. We cannot even teach, not to talk of studies so we want to be cleared from this accreditation process so that we can also get our sound mind to study and continue with our education,” he cried.
Students of the institution called for an injunction after they discovered that they have been deceived by the school, making them believe that they were affiliated to the University of Cape Coast.
Some even feared their certificates will not be deemed acceptable after graduation because the school had not been given the clearance to operate.