The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has summarily dismissed 32 first year students for presenting forged results slips to gain admission to the university. They were dismissed in accordance with the regulations guiding admissions to the university.
The dismissed students are made up of 28 males and four females who gained admission in the 2004/2005 academic year. A letter signed by the deputy registrar of academic affairs, Mr Kobby Yebo-Okrah, to all members of the university community gave their names as Peter Ofori Amoako, formerly of Bekwai SDA; Emmanuel Nyantakyi, formerly of Opoku Ware School; Emmanuel Cobbina, formerly of Asamankese Secondary School; Harry Adu Agyapong, formerly of Kumasi High, and Charles Nyarko Krampah, formerly of Sunyani Secondary School.
Others are Edward Martin Dwomoh-Nana, formerly of Prempeh College; Samuel Ahiabu, formerly of Preset Pace-Setters Institute; Seth Oppong Odame, formerly of Anglican Sec School; Joseph Owusu Addai, formerly of Prempeh College and Richard Moffat, formerly of Tema Sec School.
The rest are Sylvester Kwakye, formerly of Prempeh College; Ramadan Adjin-Tettey, formerly of Adisadel College; Paul Kofi Sie, formerly of Nafana Secondary; Chamberlain Benea, formerly of Ghana Sec. School and Stephen Asante.
Others are Priscilla Mensah-Bonsu, formerly of St Monica's Secondary; Godfred Boakye Asenso, formerly of Kumasi Academy; Mavis Mensah Bonsu, formerly of Osei Kyeretwie; Frederick Nyaning Kessie, formerly of Prempeh College and Irene Edem Mensah, formerly of Preset Pacesetters Institute.
The rest are Eric Nuertey Thompson, a private candidate; Elikem Kwesi Avortri, formerly of T.I. Ahmadiyya, Kumasi; Isaac Anna, a private candidate; Samuel Akyea, formerly of Ghana Sec. Technical; Ebenezer Boakye Yiadom, formerly of Berekum Secondary School; Simon Kwasi Adjei, formerly of Berekum Secondary School and Kwaku Appiasah Yeboah, formerly of Koforidua Sec Tech.