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The Reggae and Dance hall Artiste; Samini Has Revealed Great Plans For GIMPA

The popular Ghanaian Reggae and Dance hall Artiste, Emmanuel Andrew Samini, has revealed his plans for the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) if he wins the Students Representative Council (SRC) President. he has a lot of Philanthropical ventures which will enable him to develop GIMPA.

Emmanuel Andrew Samini; popularly known on the screen as Samini, revealed that, he has many developmental plans for the school, and that, “I feel like if I am in charge, this is just the minor for to have dealt with the situation across the country, to have been MTN Ambassador for years, to be the current Ambassador for FBN Bank, and to be part of like so many different Philanthropical Ventures, that makes me able to have the vim to knock doors. I think I will be able to make a huge change".

Samini explained further that, ” I will use my personality to solicit funds for the Institution, since the SRC is having a financial constraints. As an Artist and Entertainer; and what I am used to, in terms of soliciting fund to support their projects. I know what I can do if I take charge, and sacrifice my self or bring myself to serve and be part of how we can raise more; someone who is not that loud on social media’ space. So, I am just saying that with any project that has been laying down from the past Administrations, to what I may be witnessing now".

He added that, "I know everything has to do with funding, everything has to do with budget and sometimes, when I see the budget that they are claiming would take for SRC Week to happen and the fact that it still hasn’t been able to happen or is still been able to happen couldn’t happen because of budgetary constraint”.

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