Acting Chief Justice of the Judicial Board for the Local Students’ Representative Council, University of Ghana Accra City Campus, Abel Ansoliwen Anadjong-Amodiok, has resigned from post.
“The reasons for my resignation are cordially based on principles,” he stated in his resignation letter addressed to the Acting LSRC President on Wednesday, April 14, 2021.
Currently, the reasons that informed his decision to leave office are not ‘clearly’ known.
Below is the resignation letter:
THE ACTING LSRC PRESIDENT,
UNIVERSITY OF GHANA,
ACCRA CITY CAMPUS.
Dear Mr. President,
RESIGNATION AS ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE
This letter brings formal notice to your office, my humble and well thought through
decisions to resign as the acting Chief Justice of the Judicial Board of the Local Students’
Representative Council (LSRC), Accra City Campus.
The reasons for my resignation are cordially based on principles.
It is with much gratitude that I acknowledge the opportunity granted me by your high
office to serve the students of the Accra City Campus. I also thank everyone who assisted
me in my capacity as the Acting Chief Justice.
I wish you well. God bless us all.
Abel Ansoliwen Anadjong-Amodiok
B. A. Political Science (Major)