“KNUST Students Graduate With Tongues Speaking And Not Skills” – Unemployed KNUST Graduate Laments

A Twitter user @missyrebby has expressed how students of KNUST prioritize religion 24/7 on campus over education which should be the focal point of the undergraduates.

In a series of tweets, the Twitter user whom we are told she completed KNUST and was a prayer warrior back then said the citadel is a science and technology school and not a seminary.

“The core culture and focus of the school should be on education not religion. To come out speaking tongues and without skills is an absolute unmitigated disaster. KNUST is a university of science and technology and not a seminary”.

According to her, the main aim of KNUST is education and not religion. However, students were more serious with religion and not education and prioritize tongues instead of learning how to draw a business plan.

She said students prefer Paa Joe (a place of prayer) more than the Huawei Lab. She bemoaned that now they have completed however, they cannot write business plans but can speak tongues.

“The main aim of KNUST is education not religion. You can come out of KNUST with Christ, there is nothing wrong with that. You MUST not come out without skills. If that happens then the entire enterprise of KNUST is lost. Religion and education are not diametrical in nature.

In KNUST we were more serious about religion than learning. Intellecto > Science Fair. Paa Joe was the place not the Huawei Lab. Your culture and focus will determine your direction. Now we have finished school and can speak in tongues but cannot write business plans.”

To add up, she went on to say that, she was wondering how many days of fasting will be needed when the finance minister said students are to create their own jobs.

“We have Christ and no skills. When the finance minister said we should create our own jobs I was wondering how many days of fasting would be needed to do that. smh”.

Check out the tweet below:








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