UG student takes a jab at Prof. Aryeetey over road tolls

Sean TaylorA student of the University of Ghana has openly taken a jab at Vice Chancellor Prof. Ernest Aryeetey over the implementation of the much talked about road user charges that sees drivers pay amounts ranging between GHS1 and GHS3 per entry into the University.

Popularly known as Sean Taylor, the dancehall artiste made known his view in a lyrical ‘Letter to the Vice Chancellor’ he calls ‘We no go pay’, to indicate resistance in paying any road user charge.

Sean Taylor has over the last few months been very vocal in expressing his view on happenings in Ghana with the most recent being in the music industry.

Sean Taylor’s ‘Letter to the Vice Chancellor’ tries to find out why there should be charges on vehicles that ply the University of Ghana roads.

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