A final year Psychology student of the University of Ghana, Daniel Osei, has reportedly been attacked by persons suspected to be armed robbers.
Daniel’s attackers inflicted machete wounds on his head.
Campus-based media outlet, Radio Univers reported that Daniel was attacked on campus along the road between Evandy and Pentagon hostels.
Citi News understands he is currently at the 37 military hospital receiving treatment.
A notice from the leadership of the student body and sighted by Citi News called for calm ahead of their upcoming exams.
It also demanded an immediate fixing of streetlights on the stretch.
President of the Students Representative Council (SRC) of the University of Ghana, Sylvester Owusu Amoako also expressed concerns over the attack, saying “Students are generally not happy on campus. You will see some of the videos flying on social media. It was terrible.”
“Obviously there is a challenge that has to be addressed and it means that whatever mechanism that has been put in place, we need to beat it up and we need a more strategic solution. We are not asleep and we are putting measures in place to make sure we have a more lasting solution to some of these problems on campus.”