With about two weeks to the senior class elections of the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU), a candidate for the class presidency has vowed to use his leadership skills along with his officers to advocate for better internship opportunities for fellow students, if elected president of the class.
Darlington Myers said the provision of a quality and affordable graduation package and the promotion of accountability and transparency are key priorities on his agenda once given the opportunity to serve the student body.
Myers, who is majoring in accounting, said he and his team come with lots of experience in student leadership. “Our records over the years speak for us and our comrades know what we are capable of doing. We only want to assure them that if elected, we are going to continue our social and academic advocacy initiatives, ” Myers said.
He added that he and his team will be hosting a fundraising rally on Wednesday, November 1, to solicit support for the electoral process.
Myers’ team is facing Emily Juah, Slvest Glab and Ada Koneh, who are also vying for the president, vice president and secretary general positions, respectively. The elections will be held on November 13.