Legacybase Online Magazine is back to inform you on trending issues on campus. With changes in some celebrations of hall weeks, a decision made by school management we expect aspirants this year to begin their preparations also early. Trending today is the Declaration to run for the SRC Presidency by one gentleman Kingsley Sarpong Akowuah.

The Communication team of Team Kingsley took to social media with trends like

#Thinkvictory, #TeamKingsley #TK

to declare their candidate’s intention to run for UCC SRC president come the 2018/2019 Academic year.

Below is the message been circulated on social media.

Dear Students,

The academic year has been one of excitement, trial, uncertainty, and action.

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Students have been mobilized on a campus, regional, and national level regarding social, economic and political issues. I had the distinct pleasure of interacting with many of you through this year, and could not be proud of what we have accomplished together by discipline in all endeavors.

It is with humility that I submit myself as SRC PRESIDENT 18/19 Hopeful of our great University . Building upon the progress and strengths of this year, I will once again devote my time and effort to the benefit of students.

I therefore adopt this opportunity to express my words of congratulations to all winners in the just ended SRC/L-NUGS/JCRC/GRASAG elections. To all who couldn’t make it, better luck next time.
Let us all throw in our best to make the front of students a working one.

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SIGNED

KINGSLEY SARPONG AKOWUAH
UCC SRC PRESIDENT 18/19 HOPEFUL

🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅
🤴🏼THINK VICTORY 🤴🏼

 

Kingsley is a currently law student in the University of Cape Coast. Our gossip bird tells us that He was the Immediate Past Chairman of the SRC Choice Awards Committee.

The gossip bird would bring you more about this gentleman, just stay logged on – on Legacybase Online Magazine.

 

” BE INFORMED – IT’s STUDENT AFFAIRS”

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