Tag Archives: UGDecides

#UGDecides: Sylvester Amoako is new University of Ghana SRC President

Mr. Sylvester Amoako has been elected president of University of Ghana’s student representative body. Mr. Amoako, who is contesting for the SRC presidency for the second time, pulled a narrow victory over his main contender Mr. Clement Bofa-Oppong. After the election hit a run-off as all five Presidential candidates could not get the required 50% plus… Read More »

#UGDecides: Smith, Cornelia get the nod; Schandorf ‘licked’ again as election goes to second round

The Electoral Commission of the University of Ghana SRC has released the official provisional results of the 2018 SRC elections which came off yesterday. The elections sought to make a decision on who takes over from the Daniel Otting Awuah led administration. Ahead of the elections, many feared that turnouts would be low, however, the… Read More »

Ban on 2018 UG SRC Election Campaign Lifted

The Electoral Commission of the University of Ghana Student Representative Council (SRC) has today Saturday April 7, 2018 officially lifted the ban on campaign for all candidates. This follows the vetting of the then aspirants on Friday. In a communique issued by the Electoral Commission and signed by its Chairman Kweku Quansah, candidates are entreated… Read More »

EC releases 2018 UG SRC elections vetting results

The Electoral Commission of the University of Ghana SRC after successfully vetting aspirants for the various portfolios in the 2018 election, has announced the results from the exercise. At the vetting held yesterday [Friday April 6, 2018] at the SRC union building, aspirants were among things asked questions on their basic knowledge on the operations… Read More »


Alfred Ababio Kumi, one of the front-runners in this year’s University of Ghana Students’ Representative Council (SRC) presidential race with Emmanuel Boadi as his running mate has been disqualified. This was contained In a release from the Electoral Commission detailing candidates who had qualified after they were subjected to the eligibility criteria as contained in… Read More »