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I write to clear the waves of such dirty copied political blames lavished and portrayed by the various National Governments when power or leadership is exchanged and that has been exhibited by the current 19/20 SRC administration.
I must say am not surprised but just disappointed to see this released by them.
When you don’t listen to the advice given by your predecessor and you fail your turn to push blames.
The 2018/19 SRC administration would have achieved and chalked tremendous success if not for the fact that, Management ripped us off a sum of about Gh¢ 380, 000 which is almost 50% of our accrued revenue for the so-called filposis court saga necessitated by the 2015/16 SRC administration with all due respect, and that crippled all our plans and projects but we didn’t complain or push blames by releasing communique to prove that we’re clean but we did what we could.
The so-called debt claimed to be inherited isn’t a debt because the souvenirs of our time-delayed due to delay in specifications and things beyond our control and we had to handover, so if it came during my tenure of office it would have been paid for, so the ¢96,000 dept is a fiction, in fact, it is cheap blame because they knew of it and should have planned properly towards it as an administrator and they failed.
Also, the so-called court case which erupted and is under control was unexpected and a complicated issue altogether which I would clear on the airwaves (KTU Radio) very soon because I may bore you with a lot to read.
It is said and a perception that once you become an SRC President or executive, you turn to amass wealth or steal a lot of innocent students money, my dear one’s let that not be said of the Raphael Kobla Elorm Dzivenu’s led administration because we worked wholeheartedly without pocketing a pesewa apart from what we deserved.
A word of caution: when you take good advice into consideration, you would never regret your actions not to talk of pushing blames.
To be Cont.
Raphael Kobla Elorm Dzivenu
Fmr. SRC President 18/19