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Daniel Otting Awuah elected SRC President of Ghana School of Law

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Daniel Otting Awuah emerged as the new President of the Ghana School of Law Students Representative Council after winning the election with 41.72% of the total votes cast. His victory came after a competitive campaign against two other candidates, Fattah Mahama and Ephraim Tetteh.

Running on the platform of “driven by vision, backed by experience,” Mr. Awuah resonated with students across all campuses, securing the highest number of votes at all four centers of the school. In his victory speech, he called for moderation in celebrations and emphasized the need for unity among students.

Acknowledging his opponents, Fattah and Ephraim, Mr. Awuah congratulated them on a well-fought campaign and expressed his desire to work together for the betterment of the student body. A former SRC President at the University of Ghana, Mr. Awuah holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Laws degree at the Ghana School of Law.

During his campaign, Mr. Awuah outlined key policies such as establishing an SRC Exams emergency relief fund, improving public address systems in lecture halls, promoting financial transparency, seeking international internships and exchange programs, developing an SRC App, and enhancing wifi connectivity on and off campus.

As the newly elected President, Mr. Awuah is poised to bring fresh ideas and initiatives to the Ghana School of Law SRC, with a focus on student welfare and academic excellence.

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