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[Photos] This is How KNUST Students Turned Out To Vote For Their Next SRC Leaders

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[Photos] This is How KNUST Students Turned Out To Vote For Their Next SRC Leaders

After the numerous campaigns ranging from door to door and personal greetings campaigns  by the various SRC Aspirants on
the KNUST Campsu.

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The Photo in this article shows how students in the Kwame University of Science and Technology turned out to choose their
favourite and preferred SRC Candidates for 2018/2019 Administration of Affairs.

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After the election on  Wednesday April 25 2018, Master Kelvin Sah was adjudged the winner of the SRC Presidential Seat
with a total vote of  36.72%) and his closet candidate (contender) Daniel Owiredu who had 3,627 (29.44%), followed by Derek
Amoakwao Boadu who managed to get – 1,527 (12.39%), Firdaws Mudassir – 884 (7.18%) Bernard Akyereko – 650 (5.28%).

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As a result of the small voting turn out lead to massive job by the ‘Sweepers’ despite the Dean of Students and Some Security
Personal actions in confiscation some banners and posters from the ‘Sweepers’.

Read Also: Four (4) Things you should know about -Kelvin Sah KNUST SRC President Elect

This years KNUST SRC Elections ended with a rain and scene of blackout on Campus.
See the Photos below
This is How KNUST Students Turned Out To Vote
This is How KNUST Students Turned Out To Vote
This is How KNUST Students Turned Out To Vote
This is How KNUST Students Turned Out To Vote
This is How KNUST Students Turned Out To Vote
This is How KNUST Students Turned Out To Vote
Credit: EssienLive
 

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