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The other burning issue, which the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Ernest Aryeetey, articulated at a recent meeting with members of the media, is the timely repayment of the loan by the government.
A dialogue to discuss the modalities for the repayment is expected to take place soon between the university authorities and the government, represented by the Ministry of Roads and Highways.
A legal suit by two students of the university seeking a constitutional interpretation of the university’s action is pending at the Supreme Court.
The Ministry of Roads and Highways had prevailed upon the authorities of the university to allow the campus to be used as a thoroughfare during the construction of the N1 Highway.
That led to the deterioration of the campus roads, as a result of which the university secured a loan of GH¢8 million to rehabilitate them.
The collection of the tolls was, therefore, being done by the authorities to pay back the loan and also help in the maintenance of the new roads.