Some popular eateries at the University of Ghana have become engulfed with filth and flies.
The Night Market and Bush Canteen, which are popular eatery centers at the University of Ghana, are fast becoming famous for their unhygienic state.
At the Night Market, for instance, they are no facilities for traders and students alike to ease themselves and a running tap to ensure food vendors wash their hands before serving students.
The uncomforting situations compel traders to ease themselves some few meters away from the eatery.
Compounding this situation at the Night Market is the flooding of the eatery anytime the rains pour down. The unhealthy and unhygienic nature of the eatery has resulted in numerous reported cases of cholera and food poisoning.
The unhealthy state of the eatery seems not to be a headache to students only as traders and food vendors have reportedly made several unsuccessful attempts to draw the attention of the University Management to the unsavory condition of the market.
A vendor who preferred to be Called Aunty Cee cried that they are levied periodically by the University but calls made by sellers for renovations and some needed facilities have been in vain.
The question to be asked is, has the SRC welfare Committee being able to execute its duty under Article 67 1(b) of the SRC constitution which mandates the committee to ensure the various facilitates on campus are of healthy state?
Below are pictures from the Bush Canteen at the University of Ghana.
Story by: Elliot Ayetey Nuertey|universnewsroom.com