Seasoned Student Journalist and Spoken word artist, Raphael Appiah-Kubi (well known as Fael) as part of his recent political endeavor has unveiled his Manifesto to residents of Legon Hall of the University of Ghana.
“THE PREMIER MANIFESTO”
as he calls it contains policies which communicate to the electorates the vision he has for the hall.
The Manifesto covers various areas of Academic, Safety and Security and General Students Welfare.
Below are excerpts from the introduction and conclusion paragraphs of the manifesto:
“The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say ‘thank you’. In between, the leader is a servant.”
- Max DePree
As the good book says, where there is no vision, the people perish. It is in light of this that I, Raphael Appiah-Kubi have put together policies that I hope to, when given the mandate to run the affairs of Legon hall, execute to ensure the welfare of students as well as improve standards in our hall by the end of my administration.
As Rosabeth Moss Kanter puts it: “A vision is not just a picture of what could be; it is an appeal to our better selves, a call to become something more.”
I cannot promise you heaven-on-earth, but I can assure you, that like anything purposed and acted upon, by the grace and will of the Almighty God and in collaboration with you and the hall administration we will be able to see each one of these dreams materialize.
Residents of Legon Hall of the University of Ghana are expected to go to the polls on Saturday, 3rd July, 2021 to choose leaders who will run the affairs of the hall for the next academic year. Mr. Raphael is contesting against two other candidates for the position of Hall President.
You can download the full manifesto below: