The Vetting Committee of the Political Science Students Association (POSSA) of the University of Ghana will later today vet the aspirants for the various offices.
Aspirants expected to come before the Committee are Patrick Kofi Amanor & Akosua Sarfoa (Presidential and Vice-Presidential hopefuls) and David Addo Quaye & Emmanuel Oteng Ayisi (Presidential and Vice-Presidential hopefuls)
Others are Pamela Nandi Hoyle and Evelyn Nana Ama Asare for the office of the Secretary and Sedinam Esi Wilson, Treasurer aspirant.
The vetting is scheduled to commence at 12:15pm at the Kofi Drah Conference Room at the Political Science Department.
Although the process is expected to be grilling and an aspirant may not be able to impress the Committee, the Constitutional Instrument has not made provision for the disqualification of such aspirants.
Ahead of today’s vetting, the two presidential aspirants, nonetheless, have expressed their confidence in making a good impression.
In an engagement with Patrick Kofi Amanor, who is running together with Akosua Sarfoa, said that he was prepared for the vetting and believed that the will of the Lord will prevail in the election which is scheduled to come off later this month.
He also asked them to keep believing in him to bring good leadership to the Association
“I want to assure my supporters that we’re supposed to keep the vision that will make the Political Science Students Association progressive, responsive and relevant to them.
I want to assure them of my confidence that I’m prepared for the vetting.
For the winning, horses and chariots prepare for battle but victory comes from the Lord. With prayers and the help of God we believe the perfect will of God will prevail.
David Quaye, also running in the Presidential race stated that he had prepared well with his running mate, Emmanuel Oteng Ayisi, to meet the Vetting Committee.
He also expressed believe in God to help him eventually lead the Association for the 2019/2020 academic year.
“I believe in God that this election is one which will pave the way for us to bring on board our commitment to make POSSA Standout. I have students interest at heart and so everything I’ll be discussing at the vetting will be geared towards the betterment of the Political Science Department. I am confident and essentially prepared to face the vetting panel. I therefore call on all and sundry to come all out and give us the maximum support” David Quaye told UniversNews
David Addo Quaye is running with Emmanuel Oteng Ayisi.