Newly sworn-in president of the University of Ghana Students Representative Council; Martin Boakye Gyasi has revealed that the team will take a while longer to appoint persons to serve in various committees in the UGSRC
According to him, unlike other administrations, he would work closely with his transition team until he feels the Student Representative Council is back in shape before he will appoint members of the University to serve on various committees.
Within the first few months of the administration, we are not like the erstwhile administration. When there was one, you
saw appointments immediately. We are still going to work with our transitional team. They are going to do a lot of the hard
work, making sure SRC is ready before the academic year commences, Students, need to be cushioned in these difficult economic times.
He also added that he will appoint capable students who have the students’ interests at heart.
One thing we can promise is that student’s interests will be put first. We will appoint people we believe can do a very good, very good job. So as to whether the person was a candidate, or not, it doesn’t really matter. It’s a simple matter of can the person does good work, then we will put them there . They will pursue their SRC projects as they should.
Meanwhile the Newly sworn Treasurer, Michael Kuti says he hopes they kick start their projects two months into their administration.
In the first two months, we should start with the processes on the projects that should be, almost through them.
Martin Boakye Gyasi, Abraham Lincoln, Emmanuella Boakye Yiadom, and Michael Kuti have been successfully sworn in as President, Vice President, General Secretary, and Treasurer respectively.
These four are the new executives of the student representative council and are expected to run the affairs of the student body in the next academic year.
The Chief Justice of the UGSRC, Kwabena Amankwah Addae-Marfo, swore the new executives in at a short ceremony that took place yesterday; November 30, 2022, at the Old Council Chamber at the University of Ghana.