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Guru Promises School Buses for UG if Elected

Guru has promised immense support towards the disable student community in the University of Ghana, Legon Campus.

University of Ghana SRC candidate, Guru, has pledged to support students with disabilities if elected as the SRC president of the school.

In an interactive session with them during his campaign tour of campus, the rapper promised to prioritise advocating for an all-inclusive campus environment where students regardless of their abilities will feel supported and empowered to succeed academically and socially.

He also stated that if elected president of the SRC, he would purchase additional school buses and establish a television station for the school. Guru went on to say that he has “paid fees of some colleague students in the school” and is willing to financially support more students if elected.

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He concluded his campaign meeting by donating money and food to disabled students on campus. 

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The meeting comes after the “Alkayida” hitmaker announced his intention to run for SRC president during the 2024/2025 academic year. The rapper is presently studying Political Science and Information Studies at the University of Ghana. 

Maradona Yeboah Adjei, also known as GuruNkz is a Ghanaian hiplife rapper and fashion designer. Guru is best known for his hit single “Lapaz Toyota,” which was released in 2011. However, the rapper rose to prominence after appearing on Obrafuor’s controversial song “Kasiebo,” in which the two rappers discussed the state of hiplife and Ghanaian rap in general. 

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He became a household name after releasing hit songs like “Amen,” “Nkwada Nkwadaa,” “Pooley Swag,” “Pooley,” and “Samba.” Guru is also an environmental health advocate.

In March 2016, he collaborated with other artists to promote clean environments as the best defence against diseases such as malaria.

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