The Executive Director of Humanitarian Foundation, Ghana, Mr Dawda Adams, has advised students to ensure effective and judicious use of utilities and other facilities at school, to help reduce administrative cost.
He e appealed to students put off taps and lights and other electrical gadgets when not in use.
Mr Adams gave the advice at the inauguration of the new executives of the Foundation Chapter of the Islamic University College in Accra.
He asked the new executives to collaborate with the students to enable the institute achieved success.
The out-going President of the branch chapter, Mr Ali Issah, asked the incoming executives to continue with the good works they have started.
Mr Salifu Mohammed incoming President of the Chapter, promised that the new officers would not abuse the confidence reposed in them.
Dr Nana Kobina Erbynn, vice President of the College, advised the new executives not to lord it over their colleges. GNA