National Democratic Congress flagbearer hopeful, Kojo Bonsu has called for calm amidst the disturbances at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

Mr Bonsu who is a former mayor of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) where the KNUST is located, has in a press release, said he was saddened by the events that unfolded on the university campus.

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He has therefore called for the use of peaceful means to resolving the impasse.

“Irrespective of the situation at hand, the correct procedures must be followed to address grievances and to respond to concerns of all parties involved,” the statement read.

The flagbearer hopeful has also called on the president to step in to ensure that there is no further destruction of property and brutality at the university and its environs.

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Mr Kojo Bonsu is currently on a three-day tour of the Western Region where he will visit Wassa East and Shama Tuesday morning with a meeting of controlling bodies of the constituencies.

He will follow with a meeting with regional chiefs of the opposition party, then go on to sell his message to the members in the Sekondi, Esikado Ketan, Effia, Kwesimintsim and Takoradi constituencies.

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On Wednesday, he is scheduled to hold separate discussions with the leadership of the party in the Mporhor, Jomoro, Ellembele, Tarkwa Nsuaem, Evalue Ajomoro Gwira and Ahanta West constituencies.

He will end the tour on Thursday, Prestea Huni Valley and Ahanta East.