Sensational dancehall act Andrews Samini has gotten the nod from fellow students of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) to lead them through the academic year. He announced his decision to return to school not long ago to pursue further studies. We all saw pictures of him on social media in a classroom setting doing a presentation. He was so elated to win the election. He attributed his win to the hard work he did on the ground. He didn't allow his superstar status to make him swollen-headed.
He has outlined some things he will do now that he has gotten the nod. He said he will establish an emergency support fund to support those in need and unable to pay their fees. He also hints at establishing a help desk to help students with course registration and also internship support programs.
He also promised to revive the student shuttle service and also update the SRC app with more friendly features. Let's just hope he does all these as he has promised to better the lives of students.
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