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University Of Energy And Natural Resources Elects 7th SRC President

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Students of the University of Energy and Natural Resources, Sunyani have on Thursday, 21st January, 2021 elected a new President and other Executives to lead the Student’s Representative Council (SRC).

According to official figures from the Electoral Commission, The polls, which started at 7:00 in the morning and ended at 4:00pm saw Mr. Wiafe Richard; a Level 400 Entrepreneurship student popularly known as Morata emerging as winner after clinching 70.29% of the total valid votes cast as against his only contender; Mr. Boakye Akosah Kwabena.

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“TEAM MOBERK”; under which’s machinery the President Elect won the elections seek to improve four key areas of students’ life – welfare, academics, sports and entertainment. Flagship among their projects and special initiatives are initiating the construction of an SRC hostel, providing free WiFi to students everywhere on campus, establishing a health post at the Dormaa campus of the university, supporting physically challenged students, ensuring the operationalisation of the e-library system, introduction of an entrepreneurship support system, facilitating the participation of UENR students in national and worldwide entrepreneurship competitions, procurement of entertainment logistics and others.

Mr. Michael Yaw Berko; a level 400 Renewable Energy Engineering student and former President of the University’s Writers and Debaters Society will serve as Vice President to Mr. Wiafe in his administration.

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The other Executives elected are:

  1. Frimpong Adakabre Manso Elvis – LNUGS President
  2. Agnes Oforiwaa Acheampong – Women’s Commissioner
  3. Boafo Paul Obeng – SRC General Secretary
  4. Michaella Karikari – LNUGS General Secretary
  5. Duah Enoch – SRC Financial Secretary
  6. Owusu Kelvin – LNUGS Financial Secretary

The elections finally saw the light of the day after a failed attempt in employing online means to conduct it when all schools in Ghana were closed due to the CoVID-19 pandemic.

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Credit: Emmanuel Swanzy-Baffoe

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