He said lecturers compare them unfairly to their counterparts on Legon campus and some of such criticisms affect their concentration in class.
According to him, the system on satellite campus does not allow students to realize their full potentials.
"we do not get enough concentration from the lecturers, sometimes they are late to class. Students on the Accra city campus pay more and definitely expect more, we tend to see that we are given less than what we pay for. Before some lecturers commence the class they dampen our spirits and compare us to students on main campus. The late classes,distance and huge amount of fees we pay affects the concentration of some students in class. The systems do not put you in a comfort zone for you to excel,” he said on Radio Univers' campus exclusive programme last week.
He therefore entreated lecturers to give them the needed attention to be at par with the colleagues at the main campus of the University of Ghana.