UPSA SRC Veep makes list of 20 Most Influential BaFSA Students

UPSA SRC Veep makes list of 20 Most Influential BaFSA Students

UPSA SRC Veep, Nathaniel Addo Jnr., joins others on the list

The UPSA SRC Vice President has been listed as one of the 20 Most Influential Students in the school’s Banking and Finance Department.

Nathaniel Addo Jnr joined other influential students including; Deputy Speaker of the SRC General Assembly, Simeon Mede and Women’s Commissioner of the Banking and Finance Students’ Association (BaFSA), Zainab Suleman.

In a statement copied on February 25, 2020, Public Relations Officer of BaFSA, Agyapong Ebenezer Attah Snr., who is equally on the list said these personalities have made the association proud with their outstanding dedication and service towards the welfare of students.

“The Department has proven beyond doubt to continue ensuring its people are always “Ahead of Time”. In the environs of the University of Professional Studies Accra, It is a great feeling to part of a vibrant Association like BaFSA,” the statement read.

“The Banking and Finance Students’ Association is a department build on the fundamentals of great discipline to educate the members of the association in becoming an exceptional Banking and Financial professionals,” Mr Agyapong said.

The others on the list are Isaac Akunor(UPSA SRC Treasurer), Freeman Edem Agakor (BaFSA President), Asiedu Benjamin Acheampong (BaFSA Vice President), Abena Agyeiwaa Nyame Na Aye(BaFSA General Secretary), and Agyapong Ebenezer Attah Snr., (BaFSA P.R.O).

The rest are Selasi Kuzagbe (BaFSA Financial Controller), Zainab Sulaman (BaFSA WOCOM), Nora Agyeiwaa Boateng (BaFSA Auditor), Hannah Abra Agbogbo ( BaFSA Treasurer), Richmond Asankomah ( Former BaFSA P.R.O), Eunice Kaanye, Eric Aquah (TrainGh President), Godwin Donkor (Level 400 Rep), Messiah Nelson (Level 400 Rep) Charles Abusah and Fugah Bright Wisdom.  

While acknowledging the strides made through the contributions of these individuals, BaFSA said it has become “formidable and resilient” because of their members.

“This is to encourage the many more Members to continue being influential and committed to the growth of the Association. We will live to see BaFSA forever being great,” the statement concluded.

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