The Central University has inaugurated a Seven member Executive body to steer the affairs of the students body for the next one year.
The chairperson for the occasion, Dr Adelaide Kastner, who is the dean of CBS congratulated all the executives and advised them to commit to the task they have been given.
“I congratulate all members, especially the two leading conveners, Rena Akua Ghunney and Agyei Aryee Bernard for making this vision possible after several attempts made by previous graduants.
“I urge you all to be faithful, trustworthy, God fearing and above all leadership with vision and example to enable students benefit from the association,” she stated.
The new president of GRASAG, Agyei Aryee Bernard commend the school’s management board for the confidence imposed in them by their election.
He however pledged on behalf of the executives to transform learning through ICT by creating various group chats to aid academic excellence among others.
The Seven Executives who were sworn into office are Bernard Agyei Aryee – president, Gilbert Amponsah Doadu – vice president, Rena Akua Ghunney- secretary, Judith Queenie Kwofie – Assistant secretary,
Richard Donkor- organizer, Lola Asiseh Ashitey- Women’s commissioner, Abena Nkyaa korankye – treasure
Central University is one of the best leading Christian universities in Ghana.
The school has produced millions of graduates both Ghana and foreign nationals some of whom have created jobs in various the various sectors of the economy.
Source: Priscilla Anum-Noi || ghananewsonline.com.gh