PETITION FOR AN ACCESSIBLE AND A MORE RELIABLE WIFI CONNECTION ON UG CAMPUS.

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PETITION FOR AN ACCESSIBLE AND A MORE RELIABLE WIFI CONNECTION ON UG CAMPUS.

By Mr.Alfred Kumi Accra, Ghana.

We,students of the University of Ghana, are dissatisfied with the quality of internet connection provided to students on campus considering the substantial increment of fees at the beginning of this academic year .

Some students do not have access to the Wifi connectivity at all and this is not helpful considering the financial efforts parents and students make to enjoy this service .

Indeed, some students do have access to the Wi-Fi albeit it being frustratingly slow thus, reducing productive work output and efficiency.

In order to get around this bottleneck, students have to move to particular locations called "wifi zones' to obtain relatively faster speeds. Upon enquiry, it has come to light that these wi-fi zones are often non-residential facilities such as administrative blocks, the hospital among other places.

Finally, some students have to wait till midnight before going to the wifi zones simply obtain access because during the day the connection is slow or not working.

I,Alfred Kumi, together with all other students firmly believe in the Strategic goal of making the University of Ghana a world-class-research-intensive-university. Unfortunately, this goal may never be achieved, if students spend hours to access research and study material from online.

The students of the University of Ghana fervently want to be the wheels of change and the main stake-holders in achieving our strategic goals for our university and for ourselves.

In reality, without an urgent and immediate effort to fully resolve this problem, we can never truly be our best.

Sign this Petition to UG Management to objectively let them know your dissatisfaction with the Internet Wifi connectivity on campus and that there must be a drastic improvement in it's accessibility and workability.

Chief Petitioner

Alfred A. Kumi.

University of Ghana, Legon.

0264360061.

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