[metaslider id=7657]The Graduate Students Association of Ghana UCC has held a handing over ceremony to induct into office new executive council to manage the affairs of the Association for the 2018/2019 academic year. The brief but colourful ceremony witnessed the presence of the Dean, School of Graduate Studies, of the University of Cape Coast, Prof. Ernest Okorley who called on the new executive council to serve diligently without self seeking interest.

“I want you to know that it is a service and not a call for making any gains personally. The gain that you will get is the personal experience. Know that it’s a duty call and as a duty call, you simply have to submit yourself” he noted.

Prof. Okorley Charged the new executives to at all time be guided by the principle of serving the interest of the electorate, whom they represent without surmounting to unnecessary pressures. He however expressed his readiness to work with the new executives to achieve the best for the association.
Prof. Ernest Okorley charging the new executives to serve the association diligently

The President, George Sarfo who looked enthused and determined on his part, called on members of the association to rally behind his team to achieve the best for GRASAG UCC. According to him, he was open to all criticisms.IMG_2400-1
The President, George Sarfo delivering his acceptance speech

“The work load is lugubrious, so I am ready to work with a crop of selfless, committed, vibrant and creative brains and the will to serve without intimidating executives of Senate, the judiciary board, committee heads and GRASAG Christian Council leadership to collectively promote the welfare of graduate students in UCC for Team Pilato believes that it is possible together” the president remarked