KNUST Elections 2017/18

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KNUST Elections 2017/18

KNUST Elections 2017/18A level 300 Agriculture student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), David Dannah who won the elections as the Students Representative Council (SRC) president has promised to reduce fees.

The new SRC president won the election against three contestants promising to established financial aid for female students to be called “Afia Serwaa Kobi Fund”.

Mr. David Dannah assured students of maximum security on campus by establishing neighborhood watchdog committees.

Chairman of the KNUST Electoral Commission, Mr. Ashraf Sakah declared David Dannah winner of the polls after securing 44.66% followed by Bruce Yeboah Gyampo 25.06%, Rashead Ahmed Napkan 20.13% and Christian Boakye Yiadom 19.55% of a total of 11894 valid votes cast

Miss Isabella Sennett Agyekum was elected for the position of the General Secretary polling 40% to beat Bridget Opoku Bosman and Jocelyn Osei Agyeiwaa who both they had 29.82% and 28.92 respectively.

The Financial Secretary position went for Franklin Aaron Kyereme securing 37.38% beating Prince Nii Lamptey and O.K. Emmanuel managed to obtain 36.12% and 30.13% respectively.

The Women’s Commissioner Position was fiercely contested by Ruth Anku Gbetenu and Comfort Ampadu with 50.68% and 47.47% respectively.

KNUST Extends Voting Period for SRC Elections

Voting for the next crop of executives for the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Students’ Representative Council (KNUST-SRC) has been extended.

This is to make up for the voting period that was lost after the KNUST SRC Electoral Commission halted voting to deal with technical problems.

The KNUST SRC Electoral Commissioner, Saaka Ashraf, told that the technical problems that affected voting machines had been fixed and voting had resumed.

This comes after voting was halted following a power outage that caused the electronic voting machines to develop technical problems.

Students of the Islamic University College, Ghana (IUCG) will be heading to the polls this Friday to choose their next Students’ Representative Council (SRC) representatives. spoke to all three Presidential candidates and gathered a couple of their campaign promises.

Abubakar presented his manifesto in different thematic areas that touched on Academics, Health, Sports and so on. Here are a few of them:

Academics: There will be a scholarship program to award all performing and excellent students. Also, if Abubakar is voted into power, students will be able to view their results without necessarily having to pay their school fees first.

Health: The famous IRAN Clinic will be extended to the IUCG campus.

Sports: A sports council will be set up to spearhead the responsibilities of all sports disciplines.

Infrastructure: The team together with the administration and real estate developers will put up modern facilities.


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