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Samuel Awuku
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As the sun gradually sets on the administration of the current leadership of the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS), the National Youth Wing of the New Patriotic Party (N.P.P.) extends special congratulatory message to the leadership of the union for holding the fort for the students of Ghana in the past year amidst all the challenges and difficulties.

On the special occasion of the Unions annual congress slated for September 18-21, 2014 it is the hope and prayer of the National Youth Wing of the Party that, delegates who converge at Akrokere in the Ashanti Region, would elect men and women who are equally capable of effectively representing the students of this country.

Indeed, the state of the Ghanaian student in recent times has not been the very best. We have in the past years witnessed withdrawals of allowances which hitherto cushioned students at the teacher and nursing training institutions. Worse of all has been the seeming lackadaisical attitude of government towards our schools of special need and above all on capitation at the basic and senior high schools.

It is our hope that in electing leaders delegates would take into account all these concerns by voting for vibrant, dynamic and courageous persons who will be at the forefront to get these outstanding issues resolved.

As young men and women, the future lies in our hands and we cannot afford to fail.
We wish you a successful congress and wish all candidates the very best of luck.

Samuel Awuku
(NPP National Youth Organiser)
Source: Peacefmonline.com

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