His comments follow recent rumours circulating on social media that the university was in a crisis and facing imminent closure.
The dire situation, according to the reports, manifests in the unavailability of lights, furniture and water in lecture halls.
However, Prof Puplampu told Accra-based Citi FM on Wednesday, 14 November 2018, said the school was nowhere close to collapsing.
Professor Puplampo said: “Firstly, we are not on the verge of collapse, this business of collapse has been around the social media and underhand media space for quite a while.
“Really, anybody knows that my inaugural lecture at the University of Ghana three years ago or two years ago, I made it clear that institutions that go down, there are few of four different things to look at: Government challenges, technology challenges, people challenges, clientele challenges. We don’t have clientele challenges, we don’t have technology challenges and we don’t have government challenges”. Read Full Story