UEW: ASPIRANTS CALL FOR SPEEDY ADJUDICATION OF SRC CASE.

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Aspirants vying for various potfolios of SRC and NUGS at the University of Education,Winneba are calling on parties involved in the SRC court case at the Cape Coast High court to speed up processes to allow a final ruling on the matter.

The SRC court case involves the management of the university as the defendants and Paul Abroakwa, SRC presidential hopeful as plaintiff who is challenging his disqualification by the SRC vetting committee and the school management.

The court since May this year is yet to hear the substantive case for about five sittings . The court in its last sitting dismissed an application filed by the university`s management seeking to transfer the case from the Cape Coast High Court to Winneba High Court.

However , speaking to ghfactsonline.com, SRC presidential candidate and spokesperson for the aspirants, Mr. Steffast Smith called on the parties involved in the case to avoid delay tactics and allow the case to move quickly.

As potential leaders who have the interest of students at heart, Mr. Steffast Smith prayed the case to be heard fast for the elections to come off to get new leadership for the SRC and NUGS to run the affairs of students.

He revealed that, several steps have been taken to talk to the defendants to allow the case heard quickly and smoothly without further delays.

According to him, the absence of SRC and NUGS executives is affecting the students badly and the other campuses of the University as there is no Unifified SRC in place to cater for the wellbeing of the students.

He also made a passionate appeal to all departmental and hall executives to push for quicker adjudication of the case.
He disclosed further that, departmental and hall executives are finding it difficult to secure sponsorships from corporate entities due to the lack of SRC and NUGS executives.

On his part, an aspirant for Sports and Games secretary, Mr. Francis Quarshie Agbedeke stated that, they are working to ensure the legal tussle doesn’t set a bad precedence for the university as it could affect future elections.

He also revealed that, the court case had made it impossible for the Sports secretariat to organize the usual Freshers Aquaba games and securing of accomodation on campus for the sports men and women which could affect their performance negatively .

Source: ghfactsonline.com/Ghana

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