Authorities of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) have denied reports of mass robbery and stabbings on their campus on October 12, 2020.
Students fled lecture halls amidst claims that robbers had attacked some of their mates robbing them at knife points.
Many took to social media with the hashtag #UCCLivesMatter with calls for the police to act swiftly.
However Public Relations Officer of UCC Maj. Rtd Kofi Baah Bentum says their investigations revealed nothing like that happened and he believes it was a prank.
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The management of University has been in contact with the Health Directorate of the school and the Security section, they confirmed a student got injured as a result of the rush out but as for the robbery no student has come out to says he or she was robbed.
Fact checks done by the management on some of the videos seen dates back to 2014, 2015 and 2017.
The University, however, says they will brief the media after concluding all investigations.