This is because the Ghana Tourism Authority in the Eastern region on Monday commenced closing down some illegal student hostels and Hotels in the region.
The facilities are operating without a license by the Ghana Tourism Authority contrary to the Tourism Act of 2011 (Act 817) hence the closures.
The student's hostels shut down on Monday are Vine Yard, Lincoln, Universal, Mr Doe, Joe Joe and, hostelhostels.
Others expected to be closed down on Tuesday are Solo, Hallelujah, Rising Bell, Madiba, Frontline, Hostel 99, Stella, Central, Pacesetters and Supreme Hostel all located in Koforidua.
Provision of Private Hostel facilities has become a lucrative venture which many landlords and investors have ventured into the business without recourse to standards.
The private Hostels provide accommodation for students mostly from Koforidua Technical University augmenting the accommodation stress facing institutions due to lack of inadequate student hostels for students admitted.
This means that, students may struggle to have hostel accommodation when school re-opens next week.
This will have a toll on the students should Managers of the hostels fail to obtain the legitimate license to operate their facility.