A Bolgatanga High court has quashed the Students’ Representative Council’s (SRC) elections of the C.K Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences conducted on 17th February 2022.
The court ordered the SRC Electoral Commission to conduct fresh elections for the said year. The C.K Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences (CKT-UTAS) was sued at the high court in Bolgatanga by one of its undergraduate students over the Students Representative Council’s (SRC) election results.
The suit had the CKT UTAS as the first respondent, Mohammed Bilal, the Chairperson of the SRC Electoral Commission, as the second respondent, Awana A. Michael, the SRC president-elect, as the third respondent, and Abdul Warris Alhassan, who was the interim chairperson of the SRC Committee, as the fourth respondent.
The plaintiff, Alfred Asante, a 4th-year student and an SRC presidential candidate in the said elections prayed the court to among other things declare that the election conducted on 17th February 2022 that resulted in the third respondent emerging winner, null and void.
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