“VC W’ano S3 Tw3ba” — UG Vandals Diss Prof Aba in Jama Song
Current Students and recent Alumni of the University of Ghana’s Commonwealth Hall have taken the Vice Chancellor to the cleaners, describing her in unprintable words.
According to the Vandals as residents of the Hall are known, the Vice Chancellor’s mouth rehash the shape and look of a part of the female reproductive organ known in the local language as “tw3ba”.
The Students were protesting on the University of Ghana campus captured by the cameras and microphones of MyNewsGh.com.
Speaking in Twi, a student who failed to identified himself but claims to have completed the University in 2019 and was affiliated to the Commonwealth Hall said they are composing a song for the VC.
“Naturally if you look at her (VC’s) mouth you yourself you’ll see what it looks like, don’t you see?”
Asked what it looks like the former student said it is obvious the VC’s mouth looks like “tw3ba” and they are in thr process of composing songs for her appropriately.
Queen Agorkoli Mobutu
Earlier last week, the students in various interviews called out the Vice Chancellor nicknaming her “Queen Agorkoli Mobutu”
They said she is not being a true mother figure. This is after an attempt to hold a joint presser was scuttled by police and University security officials.
“Everyone knows we don’t have a VC. We have queen Agorkoli running the University like Mobutu Seseko. If we were her children will she behave the way she’s behaving”, a student with red t-shirt clad over his head for fear of victimization said.
As for the Presss Conference, we will hold it. We will show them that we are not joking.” He added.
Management of the University, on Wednesday, December 14, 2022, revoked the accommodation of members of the Commonwealth Hall and male residents of the Mensah Sarbah hall after the latest clashes involving these two halls on campus.
In a statement signed by the Registrar of the University, these students “are to be randomly assigned to available rooms in any of the UGEL and private hostels
Management of the University has also announced that the traditional halls on campus, i.e., Commonwealth Hall, Akuafo Hall, Mensah Sarbah Hall, Legon Hall, and Volta Hall, will be reserved for level 100 and graduate students.
The statement signed by the Registrar of the University on Wednesday, December 14, 2022, indicated that a full in-out-out-out policy is expected to be culminated by 2025/2026.