Soroti University 2nd Guild Cabinet

By. Nyene Juma Hassan

Senior Communications officer

Mr Nakhaime Stanley the 3rd year MBChB student and Ms. Ankunda Albinah Muhwezi   wins Soroti University 2nd guild elections.  

The guild elections which took place last Saturday saw Mr. Nakhaima Stanley and his Vice Ms. Ankunda Albinah Muhwezi emerging the winners after a close contest with Onap Oscar both 3rd year MBChB students and his running mate Ms Namirembe Patricia.

The Electoral commission chairperson Mr IISA Patrick declared Nakhaima the winner in the hotly contested race with 154 votes, 52.92 % against Onap Oscar who managed to get 137 votes 47.08%.

In other elections cast on the same day Kasule Vicent polled 173 votes, 60.07 %votes cast to for the chairperson games and sports union against Kaboha Deogratius who polled 115 votes 39.93%.

GRC representative for School of Health Sciences was taken by Mutyaba Ibra 121 votes cast representing 51.93% against 112, 48.07% for Okusa John Michael.

GRC Governments Students male was taken by Kafeero Daniel Edigu with 126 votes, representing 57.53, against his rival Ssekabira Abudurahuman who managed to get 96 votes representing 42.27 percent. Meanwhile Ms Brenda Lalam defeated Najjuma Robinah to take the GRC government students female. Lalam polled 124 against 93 for Najjuma.

GRC Gazetted students’ hostels male went to Kasagga Ronald who got 56 against his closest challenger who garnered 29 votes.

GRC Non Gazetted hostels was taken by Mugambwa Joel who managed toget 107 votes against Okurut Lazaro who polled 98 votes respectively.

Meanwhile the following students were declared unopposed

Nantege Phiona for GRC School Of Health Sciences (Female), Kisitu Rashid for GRC  School Of Engineering And Technology (Male), Mugide Tabitha for GRC School Of Engineering And Technology (Female), Okoboi Charles Brian for GRC Private Students (Male), Cheptoek Patience       for GRC Private Students (Female) and Icodu Elizabeth for GRC Gazetted Hostels (Female) respectively. The successful elected leaders shall be worn in soon.

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