Fulafia FASSA Election Philip Nwanosike receives Students endorsement

It’s no longer news that the Federal University of Lafia has approved the establishment of Faculty of Sciences Students Association  (FASSA), and all has been concluded form its maiden general election slated for Saturday 4th October, 2019 at the 500 capacity auditorium at the institutions permanent site Gandu along Lafia-Makurdi express way.

As expected students were made to pick up nomination forms their position of choices which includes, President, vice President,  Secretary general and assistant, Speaker,PRO, Provost Marshal, Welfare, Academic and sports directors etc. Which they have done as expected.

Notable amongst the aspirants is Comrade. Philip Nwanosike a mathematics student who has been excelling in his academic pursuit and also who has been described by many as a selfless individual who loves carrying everybody along both in his department and beyond.

In an interview with our correspondent Philip said that his coming out is to render a selfless service to his Faculty using his wealth of experience to foster peace and tranquillity amongs the students. He pledged to carry everybody along in his administration if elected the president of the Faculty. He said already free tutorials has been going own courtesy his campaign organization which is a tip of the iceberg of what to expect for him when he finally assume office as FASSA PRESIDENT.

Also some of the students interviewed attested to his gentleness and his contributions to their academic wellness describing his free tutorials as one of a kind and pledges to support him all through to make sure he becomes their leader.

He took his campaign to the school premises today to acquaint himself with the prospective voters offering them some learning materials which he said is his own little way of showing his support for their academic pursuit. He also pleaded with the students of the faculty to come out in their numbers to vote him as the President and other members of his campaign group.

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