The management of Tamale Technical University has resolved decades of furniture deficits in the school’s lecture halls.
Prof. Abass Braimah, Vice Chancellor of Tamal Technical University, said they have secured a total of 812 pairs of dual furniture from the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) to help with the inadequate furniture in the lecture halls.
He added that this was one of the major issues he aimed to resolve when he assumed office in 2020.
“Developing and giving Tamale Technical University a facelift is my priority, but it will be a gradual process that deserves much attention,” he revealed.
Yofaa Maxwell, President of the Student Representative Council of Tamal Technical University, thanked management for fixing the decades-long headache of inadequate furniture in the lecture halls at the university.
He said initiative will help enhance teaching and learning on campus as the lecture halls will be accommodating for students.
“I stand on behalf of the student body to promise management to put these assets to good use, and I further appeal to management, government, and benevolent organisations and stakeholders to come to our aid as we are still in the process of more development as an institution,” he furthered.