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LEGON: UG SRC withdraws from the National Union of Ghana Students, NUGS

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The University of Ghana SRC has withdrawn from National Union Of Ghana Students
This was made clear in a public notice served hypercitigh.com after a general assembly meeting on Friday, 9 November.
The statement signed by Daniel Kwame Afriyie and Rt. Honorable Ewura Adams Karim and issued by the office of the Chairman of the General Assembly, UG SRC 2018/2019 expressed their worry on how a union which is supposed to spearhead the interest of Ghanaian students is rather embattled with a divided front
The statement said the decision was arrived at the 3rd General Assembly sitting held at the SRC Union building on Friday, 9th November, 2018 after a unanimous decision by the house in that regard.
This comes at a time when all confidence in that one body meant to represent the interests of all students in the nation has not proven itself worthy of such a cause bearing in mind all the happenings over the years.
They argued that until the leadership of NUGS deems it appropriate to operate the union on the principles and visions that gave way to its fruition, they would have nothing to do with it.
UG SRC would not partake in any of NUGS activities including financial commitments whatsoever be it capitation, dues and any other commitments.
DIVIDED FRONT
UG SRC says it does not recognize either factions of the Union therefore, any individual or group of people from the University of Ghana who do, do so at their own risk.
Until NUGS is fixed, the University of Ghana’s SRC is out, the statement reads.
Source: Andrews Aibi Junior/hypercitigh.com/KNUST

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