Women’s Commissioner aspirant for this year’s SRC elections, Forgive Delali Setugah has broken her silence on Sunday’s happenings at the Great Hall.
The aspirant has condemned the acts of vandalism and hooliganism that took place at the Great Hall which led to scores of students getting various degrees of injuries.
In a statement, Delali thanked her teaming supporters for their support at her vetting on Saturday evening.
“I want to thank my fellow ladies of KNUST and all factions for honoring me with your presence last night at the Great Hall.
I am deeply moved by the expression of confidence from the students of KNUST. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I am immensely grateful to the family, friends, and loyal supporters who so generously contributed their time and effort to the “A New Narrative” campaign during this very long election season. I am of the firm belief that my narrative has been spelt right and change is upon us. My name is Delali Setugah Forgive and I’m aspiring to be your next SRC Women’s Commissioner,” she wrote.
In an interview with Tray News in connection with the clashes at the Great Hall, Delali acknowledged that she had encounters and calls from ladies who were traumatised or had to run for their lives in the early hours of Sunday due to the events.
She called for a swift investigation into the incident and for punishment to be prescribed for culprits.