[Video] Visually impaired law student champions rights of PWDs

Caruthers Tetteh[/caption] He graduated with a First Class in Bachelor of Arts Education (English) from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) and is currently in his final year offering Law as a postgraduate programme at the same university. Living with visual impairment, Caruthers Tetteh defends the rights of persons living with disability (PLWDs) on campus. He  urges them to march off the ‘disability queue’ and  exercise their human rights. Here is Spencer Kwabena Boateng Mensah’s report dubbed ’Defending in the Dark’: Source: 3news.com|Ghana  ]]>

READ ALSO:  UCC bans hall week celebrations following ATL, Oguaa brawl