The road to the Kwame Nkrumah Nkrumah University of Science and Technology SRC Presidency office was decided yesterday, 25 April, 2018 as student of KNUST went to the various polling centres to vote their preferred executives to steer the 2018/2019 administration affairs of the Student Representative Council of KNUST.
After the elections the Results announced indicates KELVIN SAH AS THE NEXT SRC PRESIDENT OF THE Kwame Nkrumah Nkrumah University of Science and TechnologY
After a heated and intensive campaign by the Kelvin Sah (Kwame Nkrumah Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (SRC President Elect.) was emerged victorious after he polled a total votes of 4,524 (36.72%) and his closet contender Daniel Owiredu who had 3,627 (29.44%), followed by Derek Amoakwao Boadu who managed to get – 1,527 (12.39%), Firdaws Mudassir – 884 (7.18%) Bernard Akyereko – 650 (5.28%).
The Elections ended with a scene of raining and blackouts.
Read Below the 4 things you should know about the KNUST SRC President Elect
- Kelvin Sah is A PERSCOBA (old student of St. Peters Boys Senior High School)
Kelvin had his secondary Education at the St. Peters Boys Senior High School, a Roman Catholic boy’s senior high school in
Nkwatia-Eastern Region of Ghana.
2. He was the President for the College of Engineering, KNUST.
Kelvin sah won the 2017 College of Engineering elections and became the president. This college is arguably the largest in KNUST.
3. Kelvin Sah is A Fellow
Kelvin Sah is KATANGEE , an affiliate of the University Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Let recall small from history,
The University Hall was dedicated by Mr. Kwaku Boateng, the then Minister of Education, on January 19, 1963.
The University Hall popularly known as Katanga was built to commemorate the attainment of University Status of the then
Kumasi College of Technology and officially named “University Hall”.
4.Kelvin SAH is now the KNUST SRC PRESIDENT ELECT.
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