Micheal Awanah sworn in as SRC President of CK Tedam University Of Technology And Applied Sciences.


The newly elected SRC president of CK Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Mr. Micheal Awanah Atamakira, has been sworn in as the president to lead the students front in the University for this academic year.

Micheal Awanah, together with other elected officers of the SRC, were sworn in at the annual handing over ceremony, which took place in the NHAI auditorium of the University.

The level 400 Computer Science Student in the School of Computing and information Sciences, Micheal Awanah, defeated tight competition from several others in the presidential elections in February this year.

Delivering his acceptance speech, Micheal Awanah expressed gratitude to the Dean of students, and the student body and promised to work in the interest of students to raise the standard of the university.

He said the student body entrusted him with the office and he will ensure that he does not disappoint them.

“My humble students, we (the entire SRC executives) prior to the elections called you on phone, visited your hostels, visited your churches and even your homes soliciting for your support and votes. You bought into our policies and allowed us to lead you, and my major goal is to serve you to the best of my ability.”

He assured the university community that he will always put the welfare and interest of students as his topmost priority.

“Mr. Chairman, Jim Rohn once said “A good objective of ledership is to help those who are doing poorly to do well and to help those who are doing well to do even better”. It is based on this statement that I am assuring the entire student populace today that I will always put their welfare and interest as my top most priority. My stewardship should be felt by the various students who allowed me to serve them.”

Micheal Awanah succeeds Ebenezer Opoku Mensah and will lead the students front of the University for the 2021/2022 academic year.

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