The Management of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), is taking steps to build new lecture halls and hostels for the school at North Dzorwulu in the Greater Accra Region
GIJ has been operating for the past 59
It has few lecture halls but no hostel facility.
Its students are thus compelled to go for lectures from home or depend on services of private hostel facilities.
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The school is thus seeking to develop a
The new campus is expected to among other things have commercial and recreational facilities, and will be funded from the institute’s budgetary allocation.
The institute in an advert in the Daily Graphic newspaper on
“The Ghana Institute of Journalism intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation towards the cost of construction of a proposed
“The Ghana Institute of Journalism intends to embark on the construction of students’ hostel complex with commercial or recreational facilities on its new campus at North Dzorwulu.”
GIJ in the publication said it is taking such move “to provide additional lecture hall facilities to accommodate the increasing number of students” and also provide “accommodation and recreational facilities” for its students.