Watch how a KNUST first-class student declined to shake hands with a college official (Video)

In a peculiar incident at the recent graduation ceremony of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), one student made headlines by choosing not to extend the customary greeting to a college dignitary.

The reasons behind this unexpected decision remain shrouded in mystery, sparking discussions and debates within the academic community.

The incident occurred during the procession, a moment typically marked by a display of respect and acknowledgment between graduating students and the college officials. However, as the student approached the official, instead of the anticipated exchange of pleasantries, they maintained a stoic silence.

Witnesses to the event describe a palpable tension in the air as the student’s decision broke with the established norm.

The refusal to greet the dignitary was met with a range of reactions from fellow graduates, faculty members, and onlookers, with some expressing confusion and others speculating about the possible motivations behind such a bold move.

Attempts to interview the student in question have so far been unsuccessful, leaving room for speculation and various theories.

Some suggest that it could be a form of silent protest, perhaps linked to broader issues within the university or personal convictions of the student. Others propose that it might be a symbolic act, though the exact symbolism remains elusive.


The incident has prompted discussions about the nature of student-administrator relationships, the significance of traditional customs during graduation ceremonies, and the role of silent protests as a means of expression.

Faculty members and administrators are now grappling with how to address this incident and its potential implications for the university community.

As the story continues to unfold, it serves as a reminder that even seemingly routine events, such as a graduation ceremony, can become forums for unexpected expressions of dissent or individuality.

The KNUST community now waits to see whether the student will come forward to provide insights into their decision, and what impact, if any, this incident will have on future graduation ceremonies and the university’s culture as a whole.

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SOURCE: Tienews

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