The Newly elected SRC president of Ghana Institute Of Management And Public Administration (GIMPA), Emmanuel Andrew Samini popularly known as Samini Dagatti has said it’s his desire to transform the entire student body.
Samini who is now the president for the 2022/2023 academic year was sworn in on the 23rd of August and has made some promises to help improve the school.
During the inaugural ceremony, he said he was elated to be the president and happy to serve and said since he is an entertainer and this is a new position, he would make the most of it.
According to him, being a president would also help him understand the governance in general and also pledged to be a responsible and an accountable leader to the student body.
Studying Project Management for his undergraduate degree, Samini promised among other things, to establish an SRC Emergency Trust Fund through crowdfunding and partnership with corporations to help support needy students, supporting businesses, and other worthy causes.
The SRC president shared his desire to lessen students’ transportation challenges by reviving the school’s shuttle system, aiding students with registration, internship support and others.
He also promised to leverage his relationship with business moguls to offer opportunities and resources to help GIMPA students develop their skills.
Meanwhile, present at the swearing-in ceremony was the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mark Okraku Mantey who said he was proud of Samini for this achievement.
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