The KNUST Students’ Parliament House of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has held an induction exercise for its new parliamentarians.
The event which took place at the faculty of Natural Resources on Sunday 30th September, 2018 saw hundreds of both freshers and continuing students been sworn in as new parliamentarians of the house.
The induction exercise proceeded right after the house had made provisions for members to select their respective caucuses through balloting.
The event continued business of the day with correction of order paper and votes of the emergency sitting which was called to address issues of brutality on campus.
In a quick move to deal with the items on the order paper of the day, the speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Frank Blay called for the chairman of the ad-hoc committee set to investigate into the substantive matter on students brutalism.
Hon. Kaguna, the Majority leader of the house who was appointed as the chairman of the committee briefed the house on the findings of the committee. The honourable member in his presentation suggested solutions as agreed by the committee to the honourable house after their seven(7) days work.