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KNUST student union elects first female president

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has elected its first female National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) president, Evelyn Mutinta Dubakuor Sapor.
At her swearing in, Ms Sapor said: ” My dream for coming to KNUST has come true. It has been realised not because I have won as the local NUGS president, KNUST, but because another opportunity has been given to make an impact.
“I am more humbled by the opportunity to speak with you as members of a strong union, mindful of the herculean challenges that stare us, yet hopeful of the brighter future such services in the challenges could be of to the many students in KNUST.”
She added: “KNUST is one of the few universities that give opportunity to people irrespective of their gender, ethinicity, physique but rather proof of their ability to deliver on promise. I trust such opportunities will be realised in the National NUGS too.”
Ms Sapor thanked members for helping her make history as the first female president of NUGS and for their faith in a “lady to direct the affairs of NUGS”.

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