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Ernest Kpebu elected SRC President of African University College of Communications (AUCC)

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Ghanaian journalist cum blogger Ernest Kpebu was on Tuesday (24 May) elected the president of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of African University College of Communications (AUCC).

Ernest Kpebu polled an interval of 83 votes against his main rival Nana Yaw Smith Dadzie to become the winner for the 2022/2023 academic year.

The journalist cum blogger said the victory comes as a huge relief, promising to make students’ welfare his priority.

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“Students of AUCC have voted for a change they can feel,” Ernest Kpebu

told the media after the declaration of results. “The past weeks have not been easy but God has redeemed His image”

I’ll deliver

Ernest Kpebu said he will deliver on his promises to the students.

“This is just a stepping stone,  I’m going to change AUCC SRC; make students have a change they can feel, make an impact and leave it at a level where whoever is going to come will be happy to continue from,” he said.

The journalist cum blogger has promised to develop the institution if he was voted as the SRC president.

Speaking on Afronova TV earlier, Ernest Kpebu stated that he will use his personality to solicit funds for the institution since the SRC has financial constraints.

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”As a journalist and a blogger, what I am used to in terms of soliciting funds to support their projects. I know what I can do if I take charge and sacrifice myself or bring myself to serve and be part of how we can raise more,” he said.

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NPP 2022 Conference, Defeated Musah Superior Goes To Thank You Tour

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The Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Ghana Forestry Commission, Hon. Iddrisu Musah, affectionately known as Musah Superior has indicated to embark on a thank you tour after his defeat.

 

The former Tamale Mayor, who contested to become NPP General Secretary with four other aspirant at the just ended NPP 2022 annual delegates conference was defeated after gunning 104 votes which placed him 3rd among the other four General Secretary aspirants.

Hon. Musah Superior announced on his social media platforms that, despite his lost, he will go on a nationwide tour in various Constituencies to appreciate the delegates.

The announcement has become a discussion on social media because this act is not usual in Ghana politics.

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Don’t attempt to rig the elections- Musah Superior to NPP National Executives

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The deputy C.E.O of Ghana Forestry Commission, Iddris Musah, affectionately called Musah Superior have warned the incumbent NPP National Executives not to attempt rigging the national elections which will take place on 15th to 17th July this year.

The former Tamale Mayor, have on several occasions preached against the re-election of any of the incumbent national executives who seek to be re-elected.

According to the General Secretary aspirant, the current national executives of the New Patriotic Party’s abysmal performance produced the hung parliament we have today which is making governance difficult for the Akufo Addo administration.

The aspirant 10 points plants for the administration of the party when elected. Will seek to recognize the party to restore trust, hope and faith in party foot soldiers who has lost interest in the elephant family.

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Bono Region: Man Who Stole Astroturf To Decorate His Room Jailed 7 years

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One of the people arrested for ripping up parts of the astroturf at Drobo-Faaman in the Bono Region has reportedly been jailed for seven years.

Journalist, Saddick Addams, who broke the initial story, reported that a 21-year-old, Gideon Asuako, one of the people who was detained for the act had been imprisoned.

 

 

According to Adams, the suspect was charged with three counts of unlawful entry, unlawful damage, and stealing, and put before the Berekum Circuit Court.

 

 

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Asuako pleaded guilty to all three charges and was sentenced on his own plea.

 

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“The Berekum Circuit Court presided over by His Lordship Osei Kofi Amoako has sentenced a 21-year-old resident of Dwenem in Jaman South Municipality, Gideon Asuako, to 7 years imprisonment for stealing.

“A prison officer friend at Sunyani confirms to me he has just been brought there to begin his sentence,” Adams tweeted.

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The alleged thieves were caught in their rooms where they had reportedly used the parts of the turf as carpets.

Adams posted images of the damaged pitch, adding in a subsequent tweet that he had been informed by the Obaahemaa of Faaman that the culprits had been arrested after a search.

“A search party was put together and they found parts of the artificial pitches in the rooms of the thieves used as decoration,” he tweeted.

Lots of people on Twitter found the incident humorous and wondered why anyone would steal astroturfs to decorate their rooms.

Source:  MyGhanaMedia.com

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