The Political Science Students Association (POSSA) of the University of Ghana has elected Level 300 student, David Quaye, as their new president.
The presidential contest, which was between David Quaye and Patrick Kofi Amanor, saw the former garner 379 votes, representing 57.08% votes with the latter securing 285 votes, representing 42.92%.
Speaking to UniversNews over the declaration of results, David Quaye expressed his gratitude to the Political Science Students community and assured them of his commitment of working in their interest.
“We are grateful to all members of the Association and promise them that whatever we told them that we will do, with their commitment and the grace of God and together, we shall make this Association much better than what it is now,” he said
With this victory, David Quaye, takes over Stephen Yeboah.
Patrick Kofi Amanor and his running mate Akosua Sarfowaa Kantinpo have already congratulated David Quaye and his vice, Emmanuel Oteng Ayisi, on their victory.
They expressed their gratitude to members of the Association for they support they received.
They added that “…we are open to have them [David Quaye and Emmanuel Oteng Ayisi] come for ideas and also work with them”
Electoral irregularities were not recorded during the election.
Other persons who recorded victory in this year’s POSSA election are Pamela Nandi Hoyle (Secretary), Magdalene M. Ganyo (Organizer).
The only candidate for the office of the Treasurer, Sedinam Esi Wilson, was affirmed by the electorate.
Daniel Osei Kwakye and Jacqueline Antwi were also affirmed as Electoral Commissioner and Deputy Electoral Commissioner respectively.