Graduate Students of the University of Ghana (Legon-GRASAG) will today go to the polls to elect new executive officers for the Association.
The election was scheduled to come on Thursday May 2 but was put on hold following confusion between the Electoral Commission and some candidates over the credibility of the voters’ register.
Others also expressed concerns about the non-publication of the voters’ register to the University Community few hours to the election.
But in an interview with the Electoral Commissioner, Mr. Odortor Ayernor-Sikasutu, he noted that a meeting have been held with the Dean of Students and matters have been resolved.
He also noted that all necessary preparations including that of security at the various polling stations have been made for today’s electoral process.
This year’s University of Ghana GRASAG election seeks to elect a new leader for the Association for the 2019/2020 academic year.