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Introducing Your SRUCSA Co-Presidents 2023-24

Following the close of our spring election, we are delighted to introduce your new sabbatical team for 2023-24! From July onwards, your SRUCSA Co-Presidents will be:

Jeremiah Chibueze representing the North Faculty

“It is with great pleasure and gratitude that I humbly accept to serve as the Co-President of North Faculty for 23-24. I shall be a Co-President for all students and not just for only North faculty. The welfare and wellbeing of all students shall always be my number one priority.

Just like the famous Martin Luther King ‘I have a dream’ speech, I have a dream of building a fully automated poultry farm in Nigeria, Africa that will produce eggs and chickens for sale. SRUC has made me to understand the power of self-belief and dreaming big, through the benevolence of SRUC, i am a proud beneficiary of SRUC centenary Bursary award and to crown it all, I am now the Co-President of North Faculty.  Since SRUC thrives on teamwork, collaborations, and partnerships I believe SRUC will assist me to achieve my goal. In order to actualise my dream. and show my appreciation to SRUC, I will dedicate all my salary to the building of the Automated poultry farm in Nigeria, Africa and I will name the poultry farm after SRUC. Hopefully, I will invite SRUC to the opening ceremony when the first batch of eggs is hatched!”

Damson Ellen representing the Central Faculty

“Thank you so much to everyone who voted in the election! I’m so excited to represent the Central Faculty for SRUCSA and working with my fellow representatives. I hope to begin working on the issues raised in my manifesto as soon as I start the post and ensure the student voice is heard.”

Catherine Stewart representing the South & West Faculty

“Thank you to everyone who voted for me. I’m really looking forward to working towards achieving the goals that I set out in my manifesto to make the campus more of a community, increase the learning resources, improve student health and welfare, and ensure that all students have a voice where they can provide comments, ask questions, and raise issues. Keep your eyes peeled for more social events and a strategy for finding student housing in the south and west of Scotland. If you see me around campus, please come and say ‘hi’.”

We’d like to thank again all of our candidates for their hard work in this year’s election, as well as everyone who participated by voting at home. We can’t wait to see what the new Co-Presidents will achieve over the coming year!