Kyeremeh Oppong Daniel (KOD), a presidential hopeful for the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS), has made a generous donation to the local NUGS of the University of Mines and Technology (UMAT).
The donation, worth thousands of cedis, was made to help curb criminal activities on the UMAT satellite campus due to poor illumination.
KOD presented the street light to Nana Sarfo, the local NUGS president, and Rashid Kwaku Duah, the Director of Communications of UMAT.
The donation is part of KOD’s projects and promises to address students’ welfare challenges and make NUGS tangible on every campus under NUGS.
The donation has been received with gratitude by the UMAT community, and it marks the beginning of KOD’s commitment to students’ welfare, as he promised in his campaign.
Kyeremeh Oppong Daniel’s donation to the local NUGS of UMAT, according to Nana Sarfo Peter, will undoubtedly significantly impact the student community.
It is an excellent example of how individuals can contribute to society and help make a positive change, he said.
According to KOD, the donation targets his plans to help solve many welfare issues on the various campuses which he has started, and promises to do more when given the nod.
Story: Eric Murphy Asare