KNUST SRC President Pays Courtesy Call On PENSA-KNUST Campus Pastor web

KNUST SRC President Pays Courtesy Call On PENSA-KNUST Campus Pastor

Miss Yvonne Osei Adobea, the newly-elected Students’ Representative Council (SRC) President at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), paid a courtesy call on Pastor Jonathan Ebo Quaye, the PENSA-KNUST Campus Minister of the Church, on February 4, 2024.

The SRC President was warmly received by Pastor Jonathan Ebo Quaye, his wife, Mrs. Joanna Dwomoh Quaye, and the PENSA-KNUST President, Elder Emmanuel Asare.

According to Miss Adobea, the purpose of the visit was to thank the leadership of PENSA-KNUST for the support she received during the electioneering period and to share her vision with them, seeking future collaboration.

Miss Osei Adobea shared with Pastor Ebo Quaye her insightful vision for KNUST and discussed an admirable ongoing project focused on increasing bed spaces on campus.

She also emphasised her commitment to dispelling misconceptions surrounding women in leadership roles and paving the way for other women to follow in her footsteps.

The SRC President further expressed her readiness to make herself available to PENSA-KNUST whenever called upon.

She then offered a heartfelt prayer that the altar established in PENSA-KNUST would always remember her and that the flame of James McKeown would continue to burn brightly in the church.

She ended her remarks by reiterating her sincere and profound hope that her tenure would demonstrate exemplary Christian leadership.

On his part, Pastor Jonathan Ebo Quaye extended heartfelt congratulations to her for achieving the major milestone of becoming the first female SRC President of the institution.

He also thanked Miss Adobea for her continuous support towards PENSA-KNUST and the broader Christian community on campus.

“We are also grateful to you for your unwavering dedication to spiritual matters within the campus environment,” he said.

He reassured her of PENSA-KNUST’s steadfast support, love, and prayers for a successful tenure in office.


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