We Want the former UEL staff Cynthia Opoku-Gyamfi Back
Due to certain unfortunate circumstances Cynthia is no longer a part of the University of East London (UEL) family. We, the students of University of East London, demand the university to take the necessary steps to bring her back where she belongs.
Cynthia is a highly motivated woman with excellent teaching skills and qualities. She is a very eloquent speaker who is a privilege to be taught by. She was an asset to this university who helped many students to build confidence. She was an inspiration to us all. Throughout her time in UEL she worked tirelessly, giving her utmost to ensure the students achieve their best. We found Cynthia to be a beacon of hope and courage that we could always rely on. Now that she is not among us, we feel disheartened. Now that she is not among us, we feel alienated.
We demand the university to reinstate Cynthia to her former position, so she can once again be part of our UEL family. We highly recommend and strenuously insist the university to take our requests seriously. We urge the university to engage with us. We have full confidence in the university's ability to deal with this gravely serious matter in harmony.
We once again repeat our non-negotiable demand: "Reinstate Cynthia, bring her back and make this university a whole again..."