2023 NUGS Delegates Congress: Daniel Kyeremeh, others elected to lead union

Frederick Kunzote-Ani
Frederick Kunzote-Ani
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A new crop of leadership has been elected to manage affairs of the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS).

The elections for the newly elected leadership took place during the 56th National Union of Ghana Students Delegate Congress, which was held at the University of Cape Coast on 9th July, 2023.

The much anticipated event was climaxed with Daniel Kyeremeh emerging victorious as president elect for the Union and Issahaque Ismail Tuchesung emerging as General Secretary elect among many others.

A total of approximately 1300 votes were cast to select the new leadership for the union.

Here is a breakdown of the final election results for contesting positions in the Union.

Banning B. Clinton: 428
Sylvester O. Amoako:16
Kyeremeh Oppong Daniel: 858
Rejected: 7
Total votes cast: 1309

General Secretary
Ankomah Crispus Ohene: 104
Issahaque Ismail Tuchesung: 578
Inkoom Jehosaphat: 179
Emmanuel Obour: 440
Rejected: 7
Total: 1308

Secretary for Women’s Development
Suraiya Baantima: 744
Sandra Talata Mmabil Dobil: 458
Rejected: 8
Foreign material: 26
Total: 1210

International Relations Secretary
Nakpri Joshua Kpeamba: 671
Afena-Atta Rudolph: 628
Rejected: 9
Total votes: 1308

Secretary for Finance
Emmanuel Agyemang: 643
Richmond Amponsah: 656
Rejected: 9
Total votes: 1308

Secretary for Education
Asare Bediako: 697
Adom Kofi Emmanuel: 605
Rejected: 6
Total: 1308

Secretary for Welfare and Societies
Ruth Naomi Boye: 589
Pinamang Lawrencia: 710
Rejected: 9
Total votes: 1307

Story by | Frederick Kunzote-Ani | univers.ug.edu.gh

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