The upcoming UEW/SRC elections gets interesting stage by the day. Recent development on campus has it that Mr. Paul Abrokwa, an aspirant who was disqualified by the vetting committee on the grounds that his running mate, Mr. Mohammed Musah could not meet all the requirements of an SRC Vice president has been restored by a court order.
There were earlier report of the disqualification of some aspirants of the various Local NUGS and SRC positions after the vetting. One of such aspirants, Mr. Paul Abrokwa who seemed not at peace with the grounds on which he and his running mate were disqualified petitioned the Winneba High Court to place an injunction on all electoral activities.
This brought campaigning and all other issues related to campus politics to a brief deadlock. A bit of panic was aired in the atmosphere as some students opined that the petition and placing of injunctions would go a long way to affect the upcoming elections, referencing the 2014/2015 academic when the school had to run without a student president.
Supporters of Team A1 were full of joy yesterday after a declaration by the Winneba High Court that Paul Abrokwa and his running mate be restored.
he number of UEW/SRC presidential aspirants now stands at 3;
Mr. Paul Abrokwa, with Musah Mohammed as his running mate
Mr. Steffast Smith, with Faisal Mohamed as his running mate
Mr. Samuel Egbadewoe, with Beatrice Owusu Nimo as his running mate