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Sarkodie Endorses Guru for Legon SRC President

The Legon campus of the University of Ghana is gearing up for the upcoming Student Representative Council (SRC) elections in August, marking an important activity in the academic year as students prepare to elect their representatives.

Famous musician Sarkodie has publicly supported Maradona Adjei Yeboah’s (Popularly known as Guru) bid to become president of the University of Ghana’s Students’ Representative Council (SRC).

The rapper has become the latest public figure to throw their support behind Guru joining a growing list of celebrities who have endorsed students vying for political positions in their respective institutions.

During his performance at the Pent Hall Week Artiste Night, Sarkodie took a moment to urge the students to cast their votes for Guru.

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Sarkodie expressed his belief that Guru’s leadership would not only improve the school, but also enhance opportunities for creative students, fostering a more supportive environment for artistic growth.

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“If you want me to come here again then make Guru the President of the SRC,” he said.

The Pentagon Hall (Pent Hall) at the University of Ghana hosts the most highly anticipated and well-attended Hall Week celebration on campuses across the country; featuring performances by top Ghanaian artists.

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The Legon campus of the University of Ghana is gearing up for the upcoming Student Representative Council (SRC) elections in August, marking an important activity in the academic year as students prepare to elect their representatives.

Guru follows in the footsteps of fellow musician Samini, who previously led the Student Representative Council (SRC) at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).

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