Zotbah Jacob, Elected Unified SRC President

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The Executives of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) at the various campuses of the Presbyterian University, Ghana (PUG) have elected Zotbah Jacob of Tema Campus as the University Unified SRC President for the 2023/2024 Academic year.

Zotbah addressing the student-leaders at the Leadership Training Seminar

Zotbah Jacob will represent the students at the Senate, which is the highest decision making body of the University and also the University Council during his tenure of office.

The other officers of the Unified SRC executives are Nyamekye Michael – 1st Deputy (Asante Akyem Campus), Edward Ansah Offei – 2nd Deputy (Okwahu Campus), Fosu Emmanuel Arnold – General Secretary (Okwahu Campus), Abbey Godfred Tetteh  – Financial Secretary (Tema Campus), Doh Paul Kwame Lebene – Treasurer  (Akuapem Campus) and Whitney Sampah – Public Relations Officer (Asante Akyem Campus).

Zotbah Jacob (3rd from right) with other executives of the newly constituted Unified SRC

The Unified SRC works with the SRC management at the various campuses to ensure synchronised activities across board to ensure the welfare of students.   

The elections were held at the annual Leadership Training Seminar (LTS), which is organised by the Chaplaincy Department of the University for all student leaders of the five campuses.

Some student-participants in a group photograph with some members of the Chaplaincy Board (seated)

Among the topics handled at this year’s LTS were Projecting PUG by the Public Relations Office; Proper Books of Accounts and Accountability by the Internal Audit Directorate; Servant Leadership by the Chaplaincy; Budgeting by the Directorate of Finance; Administrative Structure of the University by the Students and Academic Affairs Section, and the Information and Technology Systems by the I.T.S. Section.

The LTS which was organised at the Okwahu Campus was attended by all the student leaders at the various campuses making it one of the most successful seminars in recent years.

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