As part of activities rounding down to the 2017/18 University of Cape Coast SRC/LNUGs elections, the University’s Parliamentary Council will on March 18th and 19th hold a presidential debate for all SRC Presidential aspirants to debate on some topical issues of students’ interest.
The debate which will be organized for the third time has been scheduled in two phases with the first phase coming off on Sunday, 18th March, 2018 at 6pm at the forecourt of Adehye Hall (Old Site) and the second phase on Monday, 19th March, 2018 at 6pm at the forecourt of Valco Hall (New Site)
In a release issued by the Dep. Chairman of the UCC Parliamentary Council, Mr. Joseph Kwame Nyarkoh, the Council indicated that the Presidential debate is being organized so as to “increase voter education, promote issue based campaign and advance the frontiers of democracy in our student front”.
Issues to be debated on at the first phase of the debate are academics, governance and transport while issues on security, welfare and health will be debated at the second phase.
The debate will be moderated by the Speaker of the UCC Parliamentary Council, Rt. Hon. Tunde Awosika; the UCC GRASAG President, Mr. Ben Sundeme; UCC SRC Vice President, Miss Grace Naa Korkoi Amoah and a former L/NUGS President, Mr. Albert Awortwe Sagoe.
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Source: Godfred Mawugbe | Choicism.com