Stampede at Accra Tech University as GIS applicants mad-rush for aptitude test
There is stampede and confusion at Accra Technical University as Ghana Immigration Service applicants mad-rush for aptitude test.
The incidence occurred when some parts of the Volleyball Court were pushed down in the struggle for writing the aptitude test in the face of huge number of applicants.
The applicants were at the Basketball Court waiting to be called to write their aptitude test based on the ‘First come, first served’ principle.
But they later realized that applicants who came late and were outside the court weer called to write ahead of them.
This total breach of the ‘First come, first served’ principle, triggered the stampede and confusion at Accra Technical University as GIS applicants mad-rush for aptitude test. They suspects a foul play.
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Source : africaneditors.com
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