KUULPEEPSUHAS is privileged to introduce to you the Provincial Local NUGS Executives for the Ho campus for the 2019/2020 academic year. Recently sworn into power after a whole lot of electoral qualms, these executives would be working together with the SRC Executives to ensure that the needs of the Ghanaian students are met. Find below their names and a brief introduction about them.
Mawuli Kofi is a final year student reading a bachelor’s degree program in Nursing and he is the fourth Local NUGS President after Hon. Farouk, Hon. Nlason and Hon. Yeboah. He is twenty-one years of age, completed West Africa Senior High School and hopes to become the Secretary-General of the United Nations one day.
Baaku Cyril Sedem Kofi- NUGS GENERAL SECRETARY
Cyril is a fourth-year Doctor of Pharmacy student from the youngest school in the University ie the School of Pharmacy and is currently the Local NUGS Secretary. He completed Mfanstipim School and his ambitions involve growing in an environment where he can continue to learn, take on additional responsibilities, and contribute as much value as possible to his team. He also aspires to champion the mission and vision of the National Union of Ghana Students and hopes I to one day have the opportunity to move on from the local NUGS secretariat to the national level.
Aklika Francis Kwame- LOCAL NUGS TREASURER
Affectionately called Commander one of the UHAS Medical Cadet Corps, Francis is a final year Bachelor of Science student of Language and Hearing Sciences (Audiology). He is a proud old student of Mawuli School and currently the Commander for the Medical Cadet Corps of the University. He hoped to be successful in all his endeavours in order to reach out to the less privileged in the society. You can reach him on 0554952108 or email@example.comM
Khadija Haruna Hashim- LOCAL NUGS WOMEN’S COMMISSIONER
Khadija is a final year student currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Midwifery and also the CEO of Glams by Dija a make-up firm which is currently one of the best in the university community. She hopes to use her office to harness and to develop the potentials of the feminine gender in the UHAS community as well as empowering them. She is a strong advocate of the girl child empowerment and hopes to use her office to tour the various senior high schools in the Volta Region to educate the girls in these schools.
We wish them the very best during their tenure of office for the 2019/2020 academic year and pray for a successful office.
ALUTA CONTINUA, VICTORIA ASCERTA
LONG LIVE UHAS NUGS
LONG LIVE GHANA