Stemming from the University of Ghana – Legon has come yet another season to choose the next batch of students to enviably steer the affairs of students, represent their views on various platforms and make sure their interest is served first.
Students elections have graduated from times of randomly picking to allowing students to sceptically select who they objectively assessed would serve their interest from his policies. Both social and religious groups pay special recognition to their members, breed interest in their activities and rally behind them to enable them to represent the masses.
Not different from the talk of the town surrounding Wisdom Nduke, the running mate of Prince Asumadu of the 2021 University of Ghana Students Representative Council (UGSRC) and Head of Protocol of the Christ Embassy Church. Master Wisdom has been in the spotlight again following a special recognition from his pastor as the Head of Protocol to the church and his immense contribution to the church even before his assumption of the position of the Head of Protocol.
In a video widely shared online by students on various social media platforms saw Master Wisdom receive blessings from his pastor on stage in his quest of becoming the next UGSRC president.
Questions emanating from the happening has been that, will the massive publicity stunt generated from the recent development put Master Wisdom ahead of his counterparts as already projected by many students in our [Trayoline] interactions with some students of the University of Ghana?
Or what exactly would electorates insinuate from the development on the race of Master Wisdom.
Adding up to the already presumed luck for Master Wisdom, some electorates explicitly stated that, having a religious leader vouch for his member in a political arena adds a lot of flesh to his readiness and competency to serve his people.
Randomly, some students felt the recognitions from the religious leader would be a plus for Master Wisdom due to his already established roots since joining the 2021 UGSRC race.