#UGDecides:- Alfred Torsu disqualified after getting a C+ in vetting

By | April 6, 2016

Alfred Torsu was one of the aspirants contesting the position of the treasure but was disqualified after making a C+ during the vetting held in the SRC Union building. The electoral commissioner after taking office changed the pass mark for qualifying from vetting from 60% to 70%. According to him, the decision to move the pass mark up was taken to make sure that the best possible candidates contest this year’s SRC election.

Alfred Torsu is a level 300 student of university of Ghana city campus but was allowed to contest the SRC election because of the five years strategic plans of the SRC that allows students from both City campus and Distance department to contest in the main election. Unfortunately, he fell short of the 70% pass mark set by the electoral commissioner Rexford Opare.

THE RESULTS FROM THE VETTING ARE AS FOLLOWED AS DECLARED BY THE ELECTORAL COMMISSIONER

PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT

Esinam Afi Seade and Dompreh Richmond     —             84.75%

Amofa Emmanuel and Atabinore Joshua            —           82.75%

Allen Obeng Asare and Boahen Nana Yaw Adjei    —         77.44%

Gilbert Asamoah Ayebeng and Adusei Evans Yeboah   —   74.81%

Onassis Sowah Anyetei and Sherif K. Amoah          —      73.94%

Wissi Wisdom and Isaac Martey Darpoh          —            71.19%

Mireku Shadrach and Kissi Prince            —                    71.13%

Ken Richie D. Glikpo and Emmanuel Kweku Benyi      —     70.19%

SECRETARY

Marfo Aboraa Sika Dorcas             —                  83.06%
Zen Barbara                  —                                 75.69%

TREASURER

Ampofo Prince Amoah                 —                        79.00%
Adu Emmanuel Acquah            —                             70.06%
Torsu Kwadzo Alfred              —                                67.44%

From the above, it is evident that the pass mark of 70% for the vetting was attained by all candidates except Torsu Alfred.
Subject to the above, Mr. Torsu Kwadzo Alfred is hereby disqualified.
The commission is also on this note informing all candidates and all students that the ban on campaign has been lifted and are also reminded that the Electronic System of voting as agreed by the General Assembly of the SRC, would be used for the elections. Candidates are however advised to observe all school rules regarding pasting of posters otherwise will have their candidature withdrawn.

N.B:  Distance Education students & Accra City Campus students will cast their votes at the Students’ Information Centre.

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