Challenges with regards to data distribution

The attention of the SRC has been brought to about challenges with regards to the distribution of data for the E-learning Policy of the University.

We have noticed that, the data management agreed with Vodafone Gh per our knowledge is not what is been Shared to the Students.

Again, Students are also facing challenge with regards to certain promotions and conditions of the data.

The SRC has taken note of these concerns and is engaging management to resolve these issues.

Students who subscribed to MTN gh and Students who opted for a new Sim card would also start receiving their data very soon.

We urge all students to remain calm as we try to resolve issues with management.

We urge all students to adhere to all Covid-19 protocols and directives from the President, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Information and the Ghana Health Service.

Kindly contact the SRC PRO or any other SRC executives to address all challenges so that we could all find an amicable solution.


We count on your usual cooperation.

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