Ghana School of Law elects Odupong Atta-Agyapong as SRC President

Newly elected president of the student representative council Students of the Ghana School of Law, Odupong Agyapong Atta-Agyapong
Out of a total of 1,896 votes cast, Odupong Agyapong Atta – Agyapong, polled 636 votes, representing 33.54% of the total votes cast

Students of the Ghana School of Law, have elected Odupong Agyapong Atta-Agyapong, as the president of the student representative council (SRC) for the 2022/2023 academic year.

Odupong contested for the position against six other aspirants, namely, Zelia Amsat Osman, Anthony Baah, Theophilus Saki Sosi, Samuel Kafui Avowulanu and Michael Sumaila Nlasia.


Outcome of polls

Out of a total of 1,896 votes cast, Odupong Agyapong Atta – Agyapong, polled 636 votes, representing 33.54% of the total votes cast. His closest contender, Zelia Amsat Osman polled 411 votes, representing 21.68%.

The other contestants, Anthony Baah polled 371 votes (19.57%), Theophilus Saki Sosi, 370 votes (19.51%), Samuel Kafui Avowulanu, 66 votes (3.48%) and Michael Sumaila Nlasia, polled 42 votes, representing 2.22% of the total votes cast.

Elected executives

Apart from the SRC president, the student body also elected Francis Boareasa-Fofie, as the SRC Vice President Kumasi Campus), Stacey Fredua Sefah, as SRC Vice President (UPSA Campus), Jamila Isa Munkaila, as SRC Vice President (Greenhill Campus) and Darlington Osei Dwamena, as SRC Vice President (Legon Campus).

The rest of the elected executives are Benjamina Bernice Amihere, General Secretary, Albert Agoabey Anamogsi, Treasurer-Elect and Conrad Whittal Ajuebek, Organising Secretary.

Profile of Odupong

 Odupong Agyapong Atta-Agyapong is said to be a solution-oriented visionary who believes in systems, processes & people.

He is fueled by the determination of his parents, who, having a clear vision of ensuring that their eight children were educated, even though they did not get the opportunity to be educated themselves, raised Odupong and his seven siblings on subsistence farming.

They relocated from Bechem, a small farming town in the Ahafo Region where Odupong was born, to Sunyani, the capital of present-day Bono Region, in pursuit of their vision.

Odupong is an economist with a specialisation in project structuring & development. Co-founder of Credly Consult, a financial advisory firm and the CEO of EMC, an infrastructural investment company in Ghana.

As a business consultant, he has, directly and indirectly, participated in the structuring and development of growth systems for a number of projects.

He has built relationships directly with a good number of government leaders, CEOs of corporations and their respective CFOs.

Leveraging his business growth strategies, he helps people achieve sustainable and measurable short and long term value creation.

Odupong believes in proven systems, knowing that businesses fail to grow not because of a non-performing workforce but the lack of a laid down workable model which can be replicated to achieve more results.

He holds a bachelors degree in economics (KNUST), a masters degree in Economic Policy Management (University of Ghana), and a Bachelor of Laws (Central University).

Atta-Agyapong is currently a Part 1 student of the Professional Law programme at the Ghana School of Law.


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