What was expected to be a normal Hall week celebration for Atlantic Hall has led to the destruction of properties worth thousands of Cedis following clashes between three student groups, ATL, Conti and Oguaa Hall.
The fracas started after Unity Hall (Conti) who were at the campus to celebrate the Hall Week with Atlantic Hall (ATL) decided to invade Oguaa Hall in what is normally known as pressure group superiority but the resilient Oguaa Hall members resisted and overpowered them.
Realising they have been outnumbered and overpowered, the deadly Conti battalion with their tales in between their legs retreated and called for reinforcement.
With imminent trouble looming, the police were called in and after series of discussions with the two groups they were able able to calm nerves. The Conti contingent therefore agreed to move to the other side of the campus to join ATL for the celebration.
Oguaa Hall who felt victorious after overpowering one the fiercest student groups in the country then burst into a charged jama mood known as “morale”.
The enthusiastic students sang and drummed for several hours thereby attracting many students to the jama grounds an arrangement that did not go down well with ATL who felt Oguaa Hall was trying to take the shine out of their programme.
According to sources on campus which we cannot independently verify, ATL angered by the action of Oguaa Hall teamed up with the notorious Conti contingent and stormed Oguaa hall when the exhausted students were fast asleep and destroyed anything they could lay hands on in a suspected reprisal attack.
The angry students allegedly destroyed a flat screen TV, smashed windows of some of the rooms and also smashed the side windows and windscreen of a bus.
No arrests have so far been made.