The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Organizer in the North Tongu Constituency of the Volta Region, Mr. Mike Morrison Kekeli Badagbor, has donated bags of comments to the Students Representative Council (SRC) in the Evangelical Presbyterian University College (EPUC) in Ho to carry out canteen project facility of the school.
A student of EPUC, Mr. Badagbor, a broadcast journalist is currently aspiring to be elected the President of SRC of the University to bring his vast experiences and skills on board to help make the school one of the best private universities in the country.
At a brief ceremony to hand over the items to the SRC, Mr. Badagbor called on the alumina groups to come to the rescue of the school to build an ultra-modern canteen of the University.
He stated recalled that in 2019, the SRC called for the urgent need for a modern and befitting canteen to serve the need of the ever-increasing student body.
According to him the world on the project has
commenced steadily but the project was halted due to a lack of money to purchase material materials.
He noted that " After careful introspection of the situation on the ground I thought it wise to support the construction with my widow's might.
The North Tongu constituency organizer was full of praise for Faisal-led 2019 SRC team for taking such a bold decision to embark on this important project.
He maintained that the project is at the heart of the students and also the current president and his team for taking up the challenge to continue the same.
"I, therefore, call on successive SRCs to be development-oriented as to set the university up for great.
He stressed the urgent need for the key stakeholders to bring their hands and be on deck in developing EPUC into a dream university.
The current SRC President on the other hand grateful for the support and wish him well in his endeavor.
He noted that this is the second time he has donated to the school.
Previously, Mr. Badagbor donated street lights to the school last year to be erected and installed at some vantage places of the school.